If Chambliss officially announces his plans not to run, will U.S. House Rep. Tom Price run for the seat in 2014?
The Atlanta Journal Constitution's Political Insider Jim Galloway is reporting that U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss will not seek re-election when his current term is up in 2014. Chambliss is expected to make the announcement official later today. According to Galloway, GOP House members Tom Price (R-6th District) and Paul Broun (R-10th District) have already shown interest in running against Chambliss recently. He also believes other House members Phil Gingrey (R-11th District) and Tom Graves (R-14th District) will also make a run for the seat without an incumbent in the position.
The Republican will be in North Fulton on Jan. 29 to talk business and government at the North Fulton Chamber of Commerce's Eggs & Enterprise Breakfast.
Wednesday, January 23
Rep. Tom Price will speak at the North Fulton Chamber's next Eggs & Enterprise Breakfast on Tuesday, Jan. 29, a little more than a week after the inauguration of President Barack Obama. The Sixth District Republican from Roswell makes his appearance as Congress begins its next debate with the President – and each other – over the debt ceiling. State Sen. Brandon Beach, R-Alpharetta, who also is president and CEO of the North Fulton Chamber, announced in a news release that Price will be the keynote speaker at the breakfast being held at the Country Club of Roswell. Eggs & Enterprise Breakfast Beach's release calls Price a vibrant leader in Georgia and a diligent and tireless problem solver in Congress. He was first elected to represent …