In Georgia, Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are hard at work to win re-election. To secure another term in the Senate, both Perdue and Loeffler are campaigning across the state of Georgia; they’re also holding various events and rallies, meeting with supporters, and otherwise teaming up with other Republicans across the nation.
Tomorrow, Vice President Mike Pence will campaign in Columbus and Macon, Georgia on behalf of both Georgia Republicans. Pence is one of several top conservatives to call for residents of the Peach State to vote for Sens. Perdue and Loeffler.
Donald Trump Jr. is another vocal Republican urging for both incumbent senators’ re-elections. The eldest first son, who has called for Georgians to vote in these runoff races, is also apparently planning to campaign with Perdue, according to Townhall.
Getting on the Georgia Campaign Trails
Trump Jr. has passionately urged Georgia conservatives to get out and vote for Perdue and Loeffler; this arrives as certain Democrats and so-called Trump allies Lin Wood and Sidney Powell urge Republicans against voting in these special elections.
The president’s eldest son pushed back against the nonsense of a GOP runoff boycott, stating that it plays right into the hands of the Democrats. Trump Jr. also maintains that if Republicans do not vote in these special elections, Democrats will have free rein to raise taxes, grant statehood to Puerto Rico and D.C., infringe upon gun rights, etc.
Stop the radical left.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) December 8, 2020
Due to the imperative nature of these Georgia runoffs, the first son is planning to visit the state and campaign alongside Perdue. The Georgia Republican has released a statement on this matter; in this statement, Perdue’s campaign affirms that Trump Jr. working to get out the vote for both GOP senators will be “fantastic.”
Thus far, a date, time, and location for Trump Jr.’s campaigning in Georgia has yet to be announced.
It All Comes Down to Georgia
Democrats have very clearly stated what they will do if they win the two Georgia Senate seats. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer wants to “take Georgia and change America.” Sens. Perdue and Loeffler, on the other hand, are working to win Georgia and save America.
Great stops yesterday on our Senate Firewall Tour! I was glad @Jim_Jordan joined us and I’m proud to have his strong support.
— Kelly Loeffler (@KLoeffler) December 16, 2020
Ultimately, the future comes down to Georgia and how Georgians vote in these runoff races. Early voting is now available and will continue until December 31. Georgians who do not partake in early voting will be able to visit the polls on January 5, 2021.
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