The candidates haven't disagreed much on current policy during debates, but Collins has hit Zoller for political opportunism, saying she has changed some positions she espoused during her radio career to appeal to primary voters, while Zoller has termed him a career politician and linked Collins to a state tax increase. Collins and Zoller finished neck-and-neck in the initial primary, with Collins taking 42 percent and Zoller 41 percent of the vote. Polls close in Georgia at 7 p.m.
Previewing the Georgia House Runoffs
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