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Georgia GOP Reps. Tom Graves, left; Rob Woodall, center right;  and Rick Allen, right, during a roundtable discussion with Georgia business leaders in 2015. BRANT SANDERLIN/BSANDERLIN@AJC.COM

Most of Georgia’s Republicans decline to discuss private ethics vote

1:00 pm Jan. 4, 2017

WASHINGTON — A day after the House GOP backed away from a plan that would have gutted an independent ethics watchdog on Capitol Hill, most Republican members of Georgia’s congressional delegation are declining to discuss their private vote on the proposal.

Your Insiders reached out to all 10 Peach State Republicans in the House on Tuesday morning. As of midday Wednesday, we had yet to hear back from half of them.

Two, Rob Woodall

Republican Congressman Barry Loudermilk with voters in 2014.  BRANT SANDERLIN /BSANDERLIN@AJC.COM

All of Georgia’s congressmen appear poised for reelection

9:04 pm Nov. 8, 2016

All of Georgia’s members of the House of Representatives appear poised to return to Congress in 2017, according to early election returns.

Few of the 13 House incumbents on the ballot today — Republican or Democrat — faced competitive challengers and all appeared to have punched their tickets back to Washington as of 11 p.m. The only race that had yet to be called at that point was Lawrenceville Republican Rob Woodall’s in the 7th District