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“As we enter the new year our state and nation face economic uncertainty, high unemployment, and an increasing sense of distrust of government. I have made the decision to enter this race for state Senate to confront these challenges head on.”
“With my background as a practicing physician, as well as my experience as a small business owner I have a unique perspective to bring to the state Senate and I will use that to best represent the values of the 20th district.” Dickerson said.
Here's a refresher on the race last year. Dickerson raised a good chunk of change before the GOP primary (some in a questionable manner) but GOP enthusiasm waned after Henry narrowly won his challenge from Jeff Yarbro, resulting in a 57-43 victory by Henry over Dickerson.
P.S. TEP's Chris Sanders does not seem to be a big fan.