Georgia Republicans Told to Vote in Record Numbers for Perdue, Loeffler

Voter fraud is a very serious concern for many Americans across the nation. From ballot tabulation errors, to vote flipping, mass ballots found in suitcases, etc., the 2020 presidential election came with all kinds of assertions of rigging, dishonesty, and cheating.

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Tomorrow, Tuesday, January 5 marks Election Day for both Senate runoff races happening in Georgia. Republican incumbent Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue have battled through the election process against Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. While more than three million Georgia residents voted early, the rest of the state will have the chance to vote tomorrow.

With Election Day coming up, Georgia Republicans are being called upon to vote in record numbers, per Breitbart News.

Getting GOP Members to the Polls

If Georgia Republicans fail to vote, they will hand Warnock and Ossoff the Senate; this, in turn, will lead to the Democrat Party controlling the U.S. Senate. Therefore, Republicans throughout the nation have rallied for Loeffler and Perdue extensively. One of the most ardent supporters of these two Republican senators is GOP Texas Sen. Ted Cruz.

Yesterday, Cruz campaigned for Loeffler and Perdue in Sugar Hill, Georgia. After Cruz finished delivering remarks at the Save America Tour, he then spoke with members of the press. The Republican senator used the moment to inform that how the runoffs go tomorrow ultimately depends upon voter turnout.

Even in the face of concerns about voter fraud in the 2020 election, Republicans still need to vote tomorrow, otherwise, Democrats will take the Senate. Furthermore, Sen. Cruz explained that winning by a margin so large that the Georgia special elections can’t be stolen; this, of course, requires the Republicans in the Peach State to vote.

A Final Rally from President Trump

Cruz is one of many Republicans who understands the importance of getting Republican voters to the polls.

This is why President Trump is arriving in Dalton, Georgia later this evening. The 45th president will then rally for Loeffler and Perdue, calling for Republicans to get to the polls and vote. Tonight’s rally will mark the second time that Trump’s held a rally in support of the two GOP senators working towards re-election.

The Georgia runoffs end tomorrow; although, the outcome of the special elections are expected to arrive much later.

Do you agree with Ted Cruz’s calls for massive turnout from Republican voters in the Georgia runoffs? Do you believe the Republican Party will keep control of the Senate? Let us know in the comments section below.