Trump Holds Final Rally for Georgia Republicans David Perdue, Kelly Loeffler

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Election Day in the Georgia Senate runoffs has arrived.

How the people of Georgia vote today will determine whether or not Republicans keep the Senate. Polls throughout the Peach State shall remain open from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM; however, the final outcomes of the two runoffs are not likely to materialize tonight.

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In order for the GOP to maintain dominance in the Senate, Republicans Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue have to win at least one of their races. On the other hand, the only path for Democrats to regain control in the Senate is if Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff both defeat Loeffler and Perdue.

On Monday night, President Trump held a rally in Dalton, Georgia; during this rally, Trump backed Perdue and Loeffler, calling upon Georgia residents to go to the polls today and vote, according to Breitbart News.

The Final Trump Rally for Perdue and Loeffler

While stumping for Loeffler and Perdue in Dalton last night, the president spoke extensively about the need to vote for both GOP incumbents. Re-electing Loeffler and Perdue, explained Trump, will prevent Democrats from opening borders, packing the Supreme Court, and turning America into a “one-party system” by giving statehood to Puerto Rico and D.C.

Democrats like House Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have already gone on the record, opening admitting that they don’t want to work across the aisle. On live television, Ocasio-Cortez professed that getting Ossoff and Warnock in the Senate will put Democrats in a position where they “don’t have to negotiate.”

First daughter Ivanka Trump joined her father in Dalton last night. She discussed the importance of freedom and patriotism in America, stating that Georgians will defend both when they vote at the polls today.

Voting Day

Today is the last day of the Georgia special elections. According to PAC data about early voting numbers, fewer Georgia Republicans engaged in early voting than Georgia Democrats.

Keeping the Senate under Republicans’ control ultimately depends upon the GOP base in Georgia showing up to the polls today. If Perdue and Loeffler maintain both or even one of their seats, the GOP keeps the Senate majority; if they retain neither, Republicans will have no majority control in the Senate, House, or White House.

With all campaigning done and out of the way, it is now up to the people of Georgia to decide.

Do you think Republicans will show up and vote today? Let us know in the comments section below.