Campaign for Georgia runoff elections heads into stretch run

The final days of campaigning in the two Georgia Senate Seats that will determine the balance of power have arrived.

Campaigns for John Ossoff, David Perdue, Kelly Loeffler and Rev. Raphael Warnock have been flooding the airwaves for weeks and it’s picking up even more right now because Georgians go to the polls on Tuesday.

Warnock talked to voters in Savannah as he brought in in high-profile political support from Vice President- Elect Kamala Harris, who’s imploring Georgia voters to help turn the U.S Senate blue by electing Warnock and fellow Democrat John Ossoff.  If Republicans pick up at least one seat they will control both the House and Senate.

“And Savannah, you have the decision to elect two United States Senators,” Harris said to the crowd. “That is the power that is in your hands.”

It’s why these races are just as critical to Republicans, where Senator Kelly Loeffler is fighting to keep her base enthusiastic in light of claims of voter fraud in Georgia. It’s why President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence will be in the Peach State Monday night hours before polls open.

“Are you ready to show America that Georgia’s a red state?” Loeffler said. “Yes indeed, we’re gonna do it.  We’ve got two days.  Like one day, 15 hours.  Are you ready to welcome President Trump to Georgia on Monday night?”


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