New Debates May Come in Georgia's Loeffler vs. Warnock Runoff

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The Georgia runoff races happening between candidates David Perdue and Jon Ossoff along with Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock are understandably in the national spotlight.
The outcomes of these two runoffs will determine whether or not the Senate stays under Republican control, shifts to a Democrat majority, or becomes tied. Americans from across the country are rallying behind the candidates of their party; however, only Georgia residents will be able to vote in the upcoming runoff.

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Earlier this month, Sen. David Perdue announced that he’s not debating Ossoff anymore. The Georgia Republican maintains that Ossoff continues to lie while failing to defend his “radical socialist agenda.” Therefore, Perdue says Ossoff will have to use his own dime to keep deceiving Georgians.
However, there may be more debates coming up in the Loeffler vs. Warnock race. Sen. Loeffler noted just yesterday that she accepts her Democrat opponent’s challenge to three debates, according to Breitbart News.

What to Know About the Loeffler vs. Warnock Runoff

In a similar dynamic to the Perdue vs. Ossoff runoff, Loeffler has repeatedly criticized Warnock for his radical agenda and extreme rhetoric.
The Democrat Reverand is on record calling for an end to cash bail; he’s also linked to communist figures and has urged the repentance of America for supposedly “worshipping whiteness.” Loeffler, on the other hand, maintains that all Americans are God’s children and has branded Warnock’s rhetoric as divisive and hateful.

On Fox News yesterday, the Georgia senator also confirmed that she’s more than happy to debate Warnock three times, as he proposed.
In fact, Loeffler maintains that she’ll participate in as many debates as the Democrat Reverand wants; per Loeffler, each and every debate provides an opportunity for her to showcase her record as a senator and show Georgia the radical nature of Warnock’s agenda.

More on Loeffler’s Fox News Interview

After accepting Warnock’s challenges to future debates, Loeffler spoke about her own accomplishments and record as a senator. The Georgia Republican affirmed that she’s “hit the ground running” and worked to provide COVID-19 aid to residents of the Peach State.

After discussing her record, Loeffler also stated that Republicans will ensure all Georgians get out to vote in these upcoming runoff races. Voter turnout will certainly make a difference, seeing as both runoff races are expected to come down to the wire.
Would you watch debates between Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat challenger Raphael Warnock? Let us know your thoughts about these Senate runoffs in the comments section below!