Given his popularity at home and near-sterling record in Washington D.C., it doesn’t take much to come to the conclusion that it will be very difficult to unseat U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson in November, (and harder in the May Primary).  After seeing his Q1 financial reports from the Federal Election Commission, the task looks even more monumental. 

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