Trump to Back Georgia GOP Sens. in Runoff Races

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The future of our nation largely rests in the hands of the two runoffs presently underway in the state of Georgia. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, both Republican incumbent senators, are fighting to keep their far-left challengers Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock from succeeding them in the upper congressional chamber.

Republicans all across the United States have joined Perdue and Loeffler, calling on Georgians to vote for them. Days ago, GOP Sen. Rand Paul stated that he would dedicate energy and time into convincing Libertarian Georgians to vote for the GOP candidates.

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Whether or not the Senate stays under the GOP’s control squarely rests in the hands of both Perdue and Loeffler. Due to the high-stakes, President Trump will travel to Georgia next month to campaign on behalf of both Republicans, confirms Breitbart News.

More on President Trump’s Upcoming Support for Perdue and Loeffler

On Thanksgiving, the 45th president declared that he will visit Georgia on Saturday, December 5. This visit will directly focus on getting Georgians to back Perdue and Loeffler and vote for them in the runoffs.

Likewise, the news of Trump’s upcoming visit arrives amid rumors of some Georgia conservatives sitting out these critical races, due to the state’s management of the 2020 presidential election. This is something that numerous Republicans, including first son Donald Trump Jr., have criticized.

On Thursday, the president stated that he may even visit the Peach State on Perdue and Loeffler’s behalf more than once. After branding their left-wing challengers as “not for Georgia,” Trump informed the press that it’s “very important” for Perdue and Loeffler to prevail over Ossoff and Warnock.

A Word of Warning About Georgia’s Election Systems

While Trump will certainly work to ensure that Perdue and Loeffler win re-election, he also warned about Georgia’s election systems on Thursday.

Amid lawsuits against Georgia from the president’s legal team, he spoke out about “a fraudulent system” that currently leaves much room for problems. After stating the need for carefulness with the Peach State’s election systems, Trump also informed that his stop(s) for Perdue and Loeffler will likely take place outdoors.

Both Georgia Republicans warmly responded to news of the president’s upcoming arrival.

Do you think President Trump’s campaign stops on behalf of Sens. Perdue and Loeffler will get them both re-elected? We can’t wait to learn your thoughts in the comments section below!