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...advertisement that used a talking Saint Bernard in the race for the 6th congressional district. The Saint Bernard was originally shown in ads by state Sen. Robert Lamutt, but his rival, Sen. Chuck Clay, altered the dog for his own purposes.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/07/18/met_422517.shtml
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Special session was an extended 'goodbye' for departing lawmakers

...Atlanta Mary Squires, Norcross Connie Stokes, Decatur Nadine Thomas, Decatur SENATE REPUBLICANS: Rooney Bowen, Cordele Chuck Clay, Marietta Mike Crotts, Conyers Robert Lamutt, Marietta Tom Price, Roswell Charlie Tanksley, Marietta Dick Pettys...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/10/met_415164.shtml
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Highlights of the new Georgia House and Senate district maps:

...with Sen. Dan Moody, R-Alpharetta. However, Price is running for Congress and is not seeking re-election. Sen. Chuck Clay, R-Marietta, who also is not seeking re-election because of congressional ambitions, is in a district with Sen...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/29/met_410354.shtml
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Legislators are looking to move on

...Mac Collins to run for the U.S. Senate on the GOP side have opened up their two congressional seats. State Sens. Chuck Clay, R-Marietta; Robert Lamutt, R-Marietta; and Tom Price, R-Roswell are seeking the Republican nomination in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/03/04/met_407703.shtml
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Malpractice bill lacks awards cap

...Some argued that a liability cap would fly in the face of American legal tradition and prove unpopular with the public. "Most Americans have a built-in trust of juries to render fair decisions," said Sen. Chuck Clay, R-Marietta.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/03/28/met_474588.shtml
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Road fund bill softens limits

...result, only about 20 percent of what the state spends on transportation will be subject to equal distribution. Sen. Chuck Clay, R-Marietta, the author of one of the amendments, defended the change before the Senate vote. "I don't see this...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2003/03/15/met_368993.shtml
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Taylor's road to governor bumpy

...re-election. "At least Gov. Barnes' agony ends in January. Mark's just begins," said Republican Sen.-elect Chuck Clay, of Marietta, a former chairman of the state Republican Party. "There is no doubt he will wind up being the biggest...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/11/25/met_360533.shtml
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Georgians voice need for fair redistricting

...inherently political, Republican and Democratic activists were represented among the speakers. Georgia Republican Chairman Chuck Clay and John Kirincich, the state Democratic Party's executive director, dueled over which party should benefit from...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/19/met_313722.shtml
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Cleland spotlights health care

...Republicans have not offered an opponent yet, Mr. Cleland is clearly in their sights, said Georgia Republican Party Chairman Chuck Clay. "It will be a targeted race," Mr. Clay said. "You will see George Bush in Georgia campaigning for our candidate...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/04/18/met_313502.shtml
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Schrenko eyes top state post

...recent Republican party poll that showed 71 percent of Georgia residents know who she is. State Republican Party Chairman Chuck Clay said she has other advantages. "She's gone toe to toe with the governor and survived. He's isolated her politically...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2001/03/11/met_306471.shtml
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