Trump 2020 Campaign Manager Urges Georgians to Vote in Senate Runoffs

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Georgia politics continue to remain at the front-and-center of U.S. politics. The eyes of America are on the Peach State as two critical runoff races play out.
Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are seeking re-election against Democrat adversaries Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. In order for Loeffler and Perdue to beat their left-wing challengers, Georgians will have to turn out in droves for both GOP senators at the polls.

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Some Georgians have become disillusioned with the voting process, amid ongoing disputes about the 2020 presidential election. However, conservatives across the nation, along with President Trump himself, are warning that not voting for Perdue and Loeffler only ensures that Democrats take the Senate.
Bill Stepien, the campaign manager for Trump, recently issued a statement urging Georgians to vote for Loeffler and Perdue, confirms Townhall.

Defending the Senate Majority in Georgia

Stepien sent a very clear message to Georgia residents in a statement issued yesterday morning.
The GOP campaign manager informed that both Perdue and Loeffler have consistently served as “strong allies” to the 45th president while their left-wing rivals, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, are the embodiment of radical, socialist policies Democrats have championed for years.
Georgians were also informed that re-electing Loeffler and Perdue means holding the line against radical policies; just some of the radical policies in question include the Green New Deal, raised taxes, cashless bail, defunding of police, the end of private healthcare, and much more.

Stepien then proceeded to rip into the Georgia Democrats seeking election into the Senate. He blasted Ossoff as a “cookie-cutter leftist opportunist” who repeatedly “shops for” various offices in politcs. Stepien also warned Georgians that electing Warnock would mean giving power to an “unrepentant Marxist” with extremist views and policies.
For all these reasons and more, Bill Stepien is joining the long list of Republicans who are imploring Georgians to vote for Sens. Loeffler and Perdue. Early voting starts on December 14 and ends on December 31. January 5 is the final day that Georgians can cast a vote in these runoffs.

Conservative Support for Sens. Perdue and Loeffler

Stepien’s statement arrived on the same day that Vice President Mike Pence went to Georgia to hold a rally for both Republican senators. Pence, who has also backed Perdue and Loeffler in Canton and Gainesville, Georgia, spent time in Augusta yesterday.

The vice president, along with other conservative speakers, issued a message that is similar to that of Stepien’s. Pence called upon Georgians to vote for Perdue and Loeffler, noting the high stakes of these two runoff elections.
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