Sens. Loeffler, Perdue Endorsed by Ivanka Trump in Georgia

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In Georgia, Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are up for re-election. Challenging them are Democrat candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
In order for Republicans to keep their Senate majority, at least one of the two GOP candidates has to retain their seats; nevertheless, the goal for Republicans is to send both incumbent senators back to Congress.

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There are only two weeks left until January 5. In two weeks, Americans will know whether or not Georgia voted to re-elect Perdue and Loeffler or hand the Senate over to the Democrats.
Considerable amounts of money, rallies, donations, and endorsements are being thrown into the Georgia senatorial runoffs. On Monday, first daughter Ivanka Trump traveled to Milton, Georgia to campaign alongside Perdue and Loeffler, according to Breitbart News.

The Endorsement from Ivanka Trump

While in Georgia, the first daughter lauded the accomplishments of Sens. Loeffler and Perdue, along with their policies and commitments to fighting for President Trump. Likewise, the daughter of the president explained that by re-electing Loeffler and Perdue, Georgians will save the nation from failed policies and radical candidates ascending to power.

While in the Peach State, Trump did not mince words when she discussed the importance of voting for both Republican senators. She furthermore discussed her own experiences of working with the GOP congressmembers on issues like child tax credits, school choice, etc.
Trump then informed the passionate crowd in Milton that voting for Perdue and Loeffler means defending the achievements that the 45th president made in office.

Building on Momentum in the Runoffs

Sens. Loeffler and Perdue are both ahead of their Democrat rivals in multiple latest polls. The endorsement from Trump comes amid early voting and races that are expected to come down to the wire. Georgians who have not yet cast their early votes still have until next Thursday, December 31 to do so.

Finally, Georgians who prefer voting on Election Day will have that opportunity in exactly two weeks. Both Sens. Loeffler and Perdue are welcoming support and donations to their campaigns. Although Warnock and Ossoff are behind in the polls, they are still outspending their GOP rivals.
Ensuring that Republicans have the necessary resources to campaign and reach Georgians with their message will be vital to maintaining the Senate’s present majority.
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