Podcast: The field looking to challenge Sen. David Perdue is growing, and more

At the behest of Amina Osman, Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry hired some of the teens from Joint International Regimental Inc. to do small tasks for his 2017 re-election campaign. He paid them $15 an hour. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM 2015
At the behest of Amina Osman, Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry hired some of the teens from Joint International Regimental Inc. to do small tasks for his 2017 re-election campaign. He paid them $15 an hour. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM 2015

Last week was a busy one in Georgia politics. In this episode of the Politically Georgia podcast, host Greg Bluestein and AJC Washington correspondent Tamar Hallerman discuss Georgia politicians' response to President Donald Trump's recent "go back" attacks and provide an update on U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson (who has been released from the hospital).

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Hallerman also provides context on why the moment between U.S. Rep. Doug Collins and Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was historic. Bluestein and Hallerman also talk about the growing list of politicians looking to challenge U.S. Sen. David Perdue, with the most recent addition being Clarkston Mayor Ted Terry, and how Terry's candidacy affects the field of Democratic candidates.

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