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….other potential contenders are rumbling about a run, raising the prospect of a jam-packed November ticket to fill the remaining two years of retired U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson’s term. And more competitors also means more competition for resources.

“While there may be endless enthusiasm for multiple candidates in the special election in the Loeffler seat, there is not a bottomless pit from which to fund raise,” said Kristin Oblander, a veteran Democratic fundraiser.

“The sooner the Democrats can coalesce around a premier candidate,” she said, “the better.”

Read the full story on the Atlanta Journal and Constitution’s website.