Georgia House race pits Trump-endorsed unknown against state-level GOPers

DOUGLASVILLE, Georgia — Mike Dugan wants to talk about his background and his plans for a term in Congress.

“People like to know that whoever they’re going to hire has some experience,” the longtime state senator said during a campaign stop at American Legion Post 145. “Your message, and your experience, is what attracts people to your campaign.”

Dugan, who is vying to be the Republican need nominee for election to the U.S. House to represent Georgia’s 3rd Congressional District, isn’t the only candidate with a background in Georgia politics. Mike Crane was also a state senator, serving alongside Dugan for a few years. Philip Singleton served as a state representative until 2023, and Jim Bennett is a Republican activist who entered the race even before incumbent Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA) decided to retire.

Mike Dugan, center,
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