Republican candidate for U.S. States Senate, David Perdue, stopped in Pooler on Thursday during his statewide bus tour.
He has made 50 stops around Georgia since last Wednesday. If elected, Perdue has some changes for Washington.
"I'm talking about the debt, I'm talking about how to get the debt under control by controlling spending and getting the economy growing without a tax increase," said Perdue. "And then the third thing I'm talking about is term limits."
Perdue faces Jack Kingston in the runoff.
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