Here's a more stately Lewinsky look, a grown-up version, with a shorter, more artfully starched coif and fuller brows: Georgia gubernatorial hopeful Karen Handel, who also received former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney's support. Handel, Georgia's former secretary of state,
conceded to Congressman Nathan Deal
in mid-August. They were reportedly only separated by 2,500 votes. During their race,
, "My opponent has virtually the entire political establishment working with him, for him, and attacking me… They wanted to keep doing business with the state and having their secret deals and keeping the free trips and free meals… Well, I've got some news. They're going to lose." Handel has not commented on
Deal's notorious financial troubles
that have since come to light, seemingly taking the high road and avoiding any "I told you so's."