GOP Sen. As a result of the second Georgia race in January between David Bertue and Democrat Challenger John Osof, the result first attracted a serious national attention and its results were high. Congress.
If Republican incumbents retain their seat, the GOP will be ready to retain its Senate majority. But if both Democrats win, it will bring a 50-50 balance of power in the upper house with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
Both Senate races advanced to run in January, with none of the candidates winning the 50% vote limit in November.
On Saturday night, Trump stumped for Lofler and Perdue at a rally in Valdosta, Georgia, but again falsely claimed he had won the state and warned without evidence that he could make the run worse in January. CNN previously reported that Republicans feared that if Trump continued to send a train against Georgia’s electoral system, the turnout among his constituents would decline. At one point, Trump welcomed Lofler and Ferdinand to the stage for very brief comments at the rally, but both senators immediately interrupted with slogans such as “Stop Steel” and “Fight for Trump.”
“In a year when the election of two senators from Georgia will determine the control of the U.S. Senate, it is important that voters have this opportunity to hear from all candidates,” said Marilyn Ryan, president of the Atlanta Press Club. “These discussions are an important public service that the Atlanta Press Club is proud to offer to Georgians.”
Osof still appeared in front of the press on Sunday evening, while Bertou was mentioned on an empty stage. Osaf raised questions about his response to the corona virus infection, and used the platform to call it the absence of Bertou.
“The reason our country is lagging behind the rest of the world in the effectiveness of our response to this virus is because thousands of people a day are losing their lives to this virus because of the arrogance of politicians like David Burdock,” Osoff said Sunday night. “He was very healthy, he ignored the public health profession and was arrogant. He is not with us today to answer questions.”
WAGA-TV / Fox5 presenter Russ Spencer will act as a moderator for the Lofler-Warnock discussion, which will work with team members.
Lofler unleashed an attack on Warnock, trying to portray his anti-Democrat and the 15-year-old head of the historic church of Martin Luther King Jr. in Atlanta.
In turn, Warnock said the Lofler wants to divide Georgia and divert it from its opposition to affordable care law and health insurance, which provides millions of people in the midst of an epidemic.
At the age of 35, Warnock was chosen to lead the Ebenezer Baptist controversy in 2005 and has since taken on issues such as changing the criminal justice code in Georgia, expanding voter registration and medical assistance.
Lofler described the work ethic he learned at his family’s Illinois farm, became the first in his family to graduate from college and worked for the InterContinental Exchange, commodities and money transfer company.
She later married Jeffrey Sprecher, president of the New York Stock Exchange, and acquired a joint venture with WNBA’s Atlanta Dream. At the end of 2019, retired sen. Republican Gov. Brian Kemp appointed Lofler to fill the space left by Johnny Saxon.
The story was updated Sunday with additional improvements.
CNN’s Alex Rogers, Carolyn Kenny, Donald Judd, Kristen Holmes and Veronica Stroqualorci contributed to the report.