Georgians Called to Vote in Senate Special Elections

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On Tuesday, Election Day for the Georgia Senate runoffs will arrive. More than two million residents have already cast their votes and in some Georgia counties, early voting is now finished.
In order for Georgia Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, both Republicans, to win re-election, they must defeat leftist opponents Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. Perdue and Loeffler are continuing to travel across Georgia and do all they can to get out the vote.

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Between now and Tuesday, Georgians can continue expecting to hear about the need to get out and vote. As a matter of fact, this is the central message in the latest and final campaign ad released by Loeffler, Breitbart News confirms.

A Job to Do in Georgia

On Wednesday, Loeffler put out an upbeat, 30-second ad that is all about Georgians getting to the polls to vote. In the ad, voting is described as the only way for Georgians to save America from the socialism that Democrats like Ossoff and Warnock seek to perpetuate.

After warning that failure to vote will give Democrats “total control,” the voiceover narrator in Loeffler’s ad says that this Tuesday is what it all comes down to. The Georgia Republican’s video clip then ends with the message “cast your vote, save your country.”
Since releasing the aforementioned ad, Loeffler has traveled to Macon and other parts of Georgia for face-to-face, in-person contact with voters. Likewise, the GOP senator will attend a New Year Eve rally in Gainesville, Georgia today; additional attendees of this event will be Sen. David Perdue, Bubba McDonald, and musical artist Riley Green.

Perdue on Getting Out the Vote

Just like Loeffler, Perdue is also working day and night to get out the vote. The Georgia senator continues his bus tour across the Peach State; some of the most recent communities he’s visited are Summerville, LaFayette, Hiawassee, and Dalton.

The Republican furthermore maintains that face-to-face contact with Georgia voters is an “unmatched” honor of his throughout the campaigning process. Perdue and Loeffler will be returning to Dalton on Monday when President Trump arrives for a final campaign rally to get out the vote.
Do you believe Georgians will go to the polls on Tuesday to re-elect both Republican senators? What do you think about Loeffler and Perdue’s work to get out the vote in the Peach State? We want to know your opinions in the comments section below.