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Governor candidates clash on education, jobs, taxes
'Liberal' vs. 'out of touch' Deal, Carter face off in tense final debate
Candidates for governor Democrat state Sen. Jason Carter, left, incumbent Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, and former CEO of a nanotechnology company Libertarian Andrew Hunt, right, wait Sunday for the start of their third and final gubernatorial debate at WSB news studio in Atlanta. - photo by JOHN AMIS
ATLANTA — The candidates for Georgia governor came to their third and final debate ready to attack, ramping up their accusations on education, taxes and the economy. A little more than a week before Election Day, Republican Gov. Nathan Deal called his Democratic opponent Jason Carter an extreme liberal.