"My opponent thinks maybe that's a bad thing, but I tell you serving the people of Georgia and talking to them and trying to solve problems, it is a great honor. Those two words, public and servant, are very important to our country, our national fiber. And having an opportunity to be a public servant is a really great thing."
Kingston was introduced by former U.S. Sen. Mack Mattingly and handed off to Karen Handel, the third place primary finisher and Kingston's near-constant companion on the trail in the last few days.
Handel told us earlier that she was not too keen with the idea being floated lately by Republicans to get rid of Georgia's runoff system:
"Do we really want our nominee to be someone who won 30 percent of the vote?"