James "Jim" Whitehead (born 1942 in Augusta, Georgia) was a Republican member of the Georgia State Senate. He was narrowly defeated in a June 2007 runoff election for the United States House of Representatives in Georgia's 10th congressional district's special election called to replace the late Representative Charlie Norwood.

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  • James "Jim" Whitehead (born 1942 in Augusta, Georgia) was a Republican member of the Georgia State Senate. He was narrowly defeated in a June 2007 runoff election for the United States House of Representatives in Georgia's 10th congressional district's special election called to replace the late Representative Charlie Norwood. (en)
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  • James "Jim" Whitehead (born 1942 in Augusta, Georgia) was a Republican member of the Georgia State Senate. He was narrowly defeated in a June 2007 runoff election for the United States House of Representatives in Georgia's 10th congressional district's special election called to replace the late Representative Charlie Norwood. (en)
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