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Clint Day, one of the heirs to the Days Inn fortune, served in the Georgia State Senate from 1993 to 1997 before mounting unsuccessful campaigns for the U.S. Senate and Lieutenant Governor. He was considered a social and fiscal conservative Republican, and is not the insurance agent Clint Day, another Atlanta business owner.
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- "Oliver-Taylor, Day-Skandalakis Runoffs Shape Up For Lieutenant Governor". Waycross Journal-Herald. 22 July 1998. Retrieved 21 February 2011.
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