Trump Heading to Valdosta, Georgia to Rally for Sens. Perdue, Loeffler in Runoffs

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There are exactly nine days left until early voting in the Georgia senatorial runoffs begins. Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue remain in tight races against Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. All candidates have heavy support from their respective parties and affiliated PACs.
Yesterday, Vice President Mike Pence visited Savannah to campaign for both Georgia Republicans. Pence warned that Georgians must vote for Loeffler and Perdue, otherwise, the left wins.

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The vice president’s calls for Georgians to vote arrived amid online campaigns from Democrats to manipulate Georgia Republicans into not voting; Democrats with this agenda are masquerading on social media as conservatives and falsely declaring that not voting for Perdue and Loeffler is a display of support for Trump amid contested election results.
President Trump, on the other hand, is more than adamant about the need for Georgians to get out and vote. This is why Trump will be in Valdosta, Georgia later tonight to campaign for both Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, per Washington Examiner.

What to Know About Trump’s Valdosta, Georgia Rally

The president will address Georgians in Valdosta beginning at 7:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time. While in the Peach State, the president is expected to share remarks about the importance of sending Perdue and Loeffler back to the Senate for another term.
Tonight’s Valdosta rally could play a significant role in GOP turnout for next month’s runoff elections. The Senate majority is very much on the table; if Perdue and Loeffler do not retain their seats, Democrats will garner a blue monopoly on power in Washington D.C.

No checks-and-balances on far-left policies will exist if Warnock and Ossoff beat Loeffler and Perdue; this something that Democrats have openly admitted to striving towards. Weeks ago, socialist Rep. Ocasio-Cortez admitted that Democrats don’t want to work with or “compromise” with congressional Republicans.

Getting Georgia Conservatives to Vote

Like the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Vice President Mike Pence, and other Republicans across America, President Trump wants Georgians to vote for Perdue and Loeffler.
A conservative boycott of these Senate runoffs is not a show of loyalty to the president; it actually goes against what Trump has called for while handing unfettered power and control to his political enemies. With no checks-and-balances, Democrats will pass horrific policies, such as ending private healthcare, defunding law enforcement, increasing taxes, etc.

Many Republicans are hoping that Trump’s Valdosta rally tonight will play a pivotal role in Georgia conservatives turning out en masse for Sens. Perdue and Loeffler.
Do you think President Trump will be able to squash this talk of conservatives sitting out the Georgia senatorial runoffs? Let us know down below in the comments section.