The far-left is setting its sights on the Georgia Senate runoffs, but Republicans are not letting their efforts to weigh-in on the crucial elections go unanswered.
Georgia Democrat Senate candidate Jon Ossoff is embracing far-left lawmaker Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-Vt.). In an interview on Sunday, Ossoff said he welcomes the self proclaimed democratic-socialist’s support in his race against Republican Sen. David Perdue.
The fate of the Senate rests on two runoff elections, both of which Democrats will need to win if they want to claim the upper chamber’s majority. On January 5, 2021 they will attempt to flip two Republican Senate seats in Georgia.
Grassroots organization Heritage Action announced it will be contacting over 1.5 million voters ahead of the Senate runoff races in Georgia as Sen. David Perdue and Sen. Kelly Loeffler look to hold onto their seats. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Heritage Action executive director, Jessica Anderson, to discuss more on the organization’s Get Out The Vote campaign.
The Republican National Committee is pumping millions into Georgia to make sure Republicans come out on top in the state’s Senate runoffs.
Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s reelection campaign has launched a $1 million ad buy. The Republican’s campaign released two new ads on Thursday, slamming her Democrat opponent Raphael Warnock.
Fla. Sen. Marco Rubio traveled to Georgia to campaign for Republicans ahead of the state’s Senate runoffs, which will determine if Republicans will hold control of the upper chamber.