Donald Trump Jr. Stumps for Georgia Republicans in Senate Runoffs

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For weeks now, Americans across the country have heard about the special elections happening in Georgia. These runoffs are critical in politics; ultimately, the fate of the U.S. Senate majority depends upon whether Georgia Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue defeat the Democrats challenging them, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.

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Democrats across the United States are backing Ossoff and Warnock in various ways. Georgia Democrats are voting for them; meanwhile, leftists in other parts of the nation are donating to Ossoff and Warnock’s campaigns and holding events to encourage voter turnout for them.

However, the Republican Party has also collectively united behind Sens. Perdue and Loeffler. On Saturday, Donald Trump Jr., the eldest son to President Trump, rallied in Georgia in support of both GOP candidates, Breitbart News confirms.

A Synopsis of Trump Jr.’s Time in Georgia

While in the Peach State, the eldest first son minced zero words in noting that re-electing Perdue and Loeffler is a must. During a rally in Ringgold, Trump Jr. explained that by sending both Republicans back to the Senate, the GOP will be in a position to preserve President Trump’s strides forward policy-wise.

The first son furthermore reiterated that the special elections in Georgia are not to be squandered. Per Trump Jr.’s own words, the nation’s freedoms and families are at stake in these Perdue vs. Ossoff and Loeffler vs. Warnock races.

He then encouraged the audience of conservatives to realize that if Democrats regain control of the Senate, they’ll work day and night to end Americans’ freedoms.

Trump Jr.’s time in Ringgold on Saturday marked the final of three events he held to rally support for Republicans in the Georgia runoffs.

The Final Few Weeks

There are less than three weeks remaining until Election Day for the Georgia runoffs. Early voting is ongoing and will remain available to Georgians until December 31. Ultimately, how the state votes in these runoffs will ripple out across the nation.

Tomorrow, Kamala Harris will be in Georgia to campaign for Ossoff and Warnock. Polls have shown that both Democrats are a few points behind their Republican opponents; nevertheless, the outcome of these special elections will be determined by Georgians getting out and voting.

What do you think about Donald Trump Jr.’s visit to Ringgold, Georgia? Do you believe it will contribute to votes for Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!