The timing of a Washington Post hit piece on former Gov. Sonny Perdue comes at a bad time. Perdue supporters leaked his name to the media to promote his appointment as the next University System of Georgia chancellor. Yet that leak dynamited the interview process underway by the Board of Regents and forced highly-qualified candidates to drop out. Furthermore, Perdue has never had a majority of Regents in favor of selecting him.

Now, his chancellor chances may have just died on the vine with more negative publicity. 

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