Isakson's level of safety depends on perspective

As Washington incumbents across the country quake before voter insurrections, Republican U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson is sitting pretty -- if you believe the pundits and the polls.

Spoiler alert: Democrat Michael Thurmond and Libertarian Chuck Donovan, who are after that Senate seat, say they don't.

Isakson isn't taking anything for granted. One thing he agrees on with his challengers: Polls don't count; voters do.

"There's only one poll that matters," Isakson told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "and it's on Nov. 2."

Read the rest of this story at The AJC.

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