Pence Returns to Georgia to Rally for Runoff Republicans Perdue, Loeffler

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In less than one month, Georgia residents will determine whether or not the GOP keeps control of the Senate. This ultimately depends upon whether or not Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler win their special elections against Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock, the Democrats running to succeed them.

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Both runoff races remain hot and intense. Out-of-state Democrats are dumping money into the campaigns of Ossoff and Warnock, trying to give them every advantage possible. Meanwhile, Perdue and Loeffler have the backing of Republicans both in and out of Georgia.


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Yesterday, Vice President Mike Pence went down to Augusta, Georgia yet again to rally and urge Peach State residents to vote for Perdue and Loeffler, confirms Breitbart News.

What to Know About Pence’s Augusta Rally

On Thursday afternoon, the vice president campaigned with both Republican senators in Augusta.

Pence discussed and lauded the background, policies, work ethics, and accomplishments of both Loeffler and Perdue; the vice president also informed that the aforementioned attributes are why both senators need Georgians’ votes.

Later during the Augusta rally, Pence took the liberty of contrasting Perdue and Loeffler against Ossoff and Warnock. The vice president explained that while the two Republicans have an agenda of “American greatness,” their left-wing opponents are fixated upon socialism and decline.

Pence’s rally in Georgia yesterday arrived merely days before early voting begins in the state. Between Monday, December 14 and Thursday, December 31, Georgians will have the opportunity to vote early.

January 5, 2021 marks the date of the special election and hence the final day for voting.

Holding Ossoff and Warnock Accountable

Vice President Mike Pence wasn’t the only speaker at yesterday’s rally in Augusta. Georgia Republican Rep. Rick Allen also delivered some remarks before the crowd of conservatives.

Allen panned both Ossoff and Warnock for the plethora of out-of-state money they’ve raised.

The conservative representative warned thatt California and New York-based “limousine liberals” are who the Democrat candidates will be beholden to, should they win election into Congress; this is, of course, due to the fact that these are the folks bankrolling Ossoff and Warnock’s campaigns, rather than Georgians themselves.

On Tuesday, Joe Biden will be traveling to Atlanta, Georgia to campaign for both Democrat runoff candidates.

What did you think about Vice President Pence’s rally for Sens. Perdue and Loeffler in Augusta, Georgia? Let us know what you make of these heated runoffs in the comments section below.