South Dakota GOP Governor Backs Perdue, Loeffler

"Kristi Noem" (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

This upcoming Tuesday, Election Day for the Georgia special elections shall arrive. These runoff races have placed Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler against Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
The Georgia runoffs are in their home stretch, to say the least. On Thursday, news broke that Sen. Perdue and his wife came into contact with a COVID-19-positive individual; although the Perdues both tested negative for the infamous virus, they are still in quarantine, per their doctor’s recommendations.

“Kristi Noem” (CC BY-SA 2.0) by Gage Skidmore

Yesterday, Sen. Loeffler headlined a New Year’s Eve early vote rally in Gainesville, Georgia. At this event were a series of musicians and public speakers. Many GOP members from outside of Georgia have also backed Perdue and Loeffler’s runs for re-election.
According to Breitbart News, one of the most recent endorsement the GOP senators have received comes from South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.

Governor Noem’s Endorsement of Perdue and Loeffler

On Wednesday, the South Dakota GOP governor stumped for the Georgia Republicans in Valdosta. Noem spoke at an establishment called Jessie’s Restaurant where she discussed the reasons why Perdue and Loeffler must defeat Ossoff and Warnock.
According to Governor Noem, if Republicans fail to keep the Senate, Americans will suffer from higher gasoline prices, smaller paychecks, and less money overall. Noem also warned that Democrats like Warnock and Ossoff would vote for policies that increase bills, prices at grocery stores, and fees for other everyday life resources that Americans rely upon for survival.

The Republican governor then lauded Perdue and Loeffler as two conservatives who truly love America and seek to preserve it for future generations. Noem then talked about her own experiences with not enforcing draconian, unconstitutional restrictions after COVID-19, but instead issuing guidance and trusting her own state’s residents to make the right decisions.
Finally, the South Dakota governor concluded her remarks in Valdosta, Georgia by explaining that Perdue and Loeffler will defend Americans’ rights and provide a healthy check on the policies and control Democrats seek to perpetrate upon others.

Voting on January 5

Early voting in Georgia ended yesterday. Peach State residents who still have yet to cast a ballot in the Senate runoff elections may do so this Tuesday.

While January 5 is Election Day, the results for these runoffs are unlikely to materialize for at least several days after. The high number of ballots cast during early voting is considered to be a factor in this delay; although, the ultimate outcome of these races will have deep impacts on America for quite some time to come.
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