Georgia's Senate race is a wild beast in its own right, but it has spawned perhaps three equally wild House races as well. As GOP Reps. Jack Kingston (GA-01), Paul Broun (GA-10), and Phil Gingrey (GA-11) have joined what looks to be a free-for-all in next May's Senate primary, their safely GOP seats are attracting a wide ideological and stylistic range of Republican would-be successors. By contrast, the only interesting general election promises to be in the Augusta 12th CD, where Blue Dog Democratic Rep. John Barrow won reelection against all odds in 2012 and is in for another difficult fight in 2014.Georgia gained one seat from the reapportionment following the 2010 census, giving it a total of 14, the same as Michigan now has. And unlike in 1990 and 2000, when Democrats drew some of the most convoluted lines in the country, Republicans were firmly in control of redistricting this time. Still, Republicans didn’t need to engineer a complete overhaul. In 2005, right after they took over the state legislature, Republicans threw out Democrats’ contorted 2001 boundaries (which had

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