Kamala Harris to Stump for Georgia Democrats in Senate Runoffs

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In Georgia, the fight over the U.S. Senate’s majority control remains ongoing. As of now, Republicans have control of the Senate; although, in order to maintain this majority, GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue will need to ensure that Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, their liberal opponents, do not win the Georgia special elections.

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It all comes down to Georgia. Politicians on both sides of the aisle are traveling to the Peach State to rally for their preferred candidates. On Tuesday, Joe Biden campaigned for Warnock and Ossoff in Georgia; yesterday, Donald Trump Jr. spent time in South Georgia to rally with David Perdue. Several other conservatives and left-wingers have stepped up to back the candidates of their party.

According to Breitbart News, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) will be in Georgia this upcoming Monday to rally for Warnock and Ossoff.

A Closer Look at Harris’ Upcoming Visit to Georgia

At this time, Harris is set to rally in Suwanee and Columbus for the two Georgia Democrats seeking Senate seats.

Like Biden, Harris is pushing for a Senate controlled by Democrats so that the left can pass any policies they want with zero checks-and-balances; after all, congressional Democrats like Alexandria Ocasio-Cortex have already openly admitted their lack of interest in negotiating with their GOP colleagues.

The California senator’s visit to Georgia will arrive one week after the start of early voting in the special election runoffs. Thus far, nearly one million residents in the Peach State have already cast their votes; hundreds of thousands of these votes also arrived via absentee ballot.

Where the Georgia Runoffs Currently Stand

According to new polls, Sens. Loeffler and Perdue are leading their liberal rivals in the polls; however, these leads are modest, indicating that the races are expected to be very, very close.

Both Republican senators are doing their parts, though. Loeffler and Perdue are traveling across Georgia to connect with residents and earn their votes. These Georgia Republicans also continue to speak at length about the importance of holding the line against socialism in America.

Ultimately, the outcome of the Georgia runoffs is going to be determined by turnout and whether or not voters throw their support behind the Republicans or Democrats seeking the U.S. Senate.

What do you think about the special elections currently happening in Georgia? Will Kamala Harris’ visit make a difference? Let us know down in the comments section below!