Pence Will Re-visit Georgia to Stump for GOP Runoff Candidates

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In Georgia, there are two ongoing senatorial runoff races where the candidates couldn’t be more apart.
GOP Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler are the candidates of law and order, low taxes, and other conservative policies that make America great. Both Perdue and Loeffler also have an extensive history in business and the ability to help engender job growth.
Democrat challengers Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, on the other hand, couldn’t be more different. Both candidates are notably radical and supportive of policies like the Green New Deal, defunding police, and shutting down the country.

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The stakes couldn’t be higher; both of these runoffs will determine whether or not the Senate stays red and is thereby saved from a Democrat majority. Republicans throughout the nation are continuing to back Perdue and Loeffler as they duke it out with their left-wing rivals in these runoffs.
Now, Townhall reports that Vice President Mike Pence will be back in Georgia this Friday to campaign for both GOP senatorial candidates yet again.

Getting Georgians Out to Vote

In order to defend the majority in the U.S. Senate, Georgia residents have to get out and vote. Both runoffs are expected to be extremely tight; therefore, every single vote makes an imperative difference. If Republicans are going to keep the Senate and save Congress from being monopolized by Democrats, Georgians have to vote accordingly.

On Friday, the vice president will be in Savannah to rally up support for Perdue and Loeffler. Both Georgia Republicans will also join Pence and share remarks, as they’ve done during other events.
The vice president’s upcoming visit to Georgia arrives exactly one day before President Trump will be in the state to campaign for Loeffler and Perdue.

Fighting it Out in the Peach State

As conservatives stump for Perdue and Loeffler, the battle continues in Georgia. Both Loeffler and Perdue have recently put out new ads against their opponents. Likewise, the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is also running ads in the Peach State to back both GOP incumbents.

Early voting in Georgia shall commence in less than two weeks. Election day for these runoffs is in nearly one month. The clock continues ticking and at this point, it won’t be long before the nation knows the future of the U.S. Senate.
Do you think the support of the vice president will help the Georgia senators retain their seats? Let us know in the comments section below!