Georgia Race Gets Nasty Ahead of Vital Election

Georgia Race Gets Nasty Ahead of Vital Election

( – Approximately 3 million voters cast early ballots in the two Georgia Senate runoff elections being held on Tuesday, January 5. Much is at stake as the elections’ outcomes will determine the balance of power in the US Senate. The stakes couldn’t be higher for the nation, and unsurprisingly, the campaigns have turned nasty.

Incumbent Sens. David Perdue (R-GA) and Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) are fighting for their political lives. Should one of the two Senate Republicans win, a Republican-led Senate could serve as a check and balance on an out-of-control liberal agenda potentially coming out of the House and Oval Office if Joe Biden’s Electoral College win is confirmed by the Senate this week.

The two Democratic opponents blasted the Republicans on the airwaves, television, and online. Accusations are flying that Purdue and Loeffler are crooks, radicals, and evil. Perdue’s opponent, Jon Ossoff, even accused Perdue of killing thousands of people per day due to his supposed failures to stop COVID-19.

Why is Georgia’s election important? Look at what’s on the ballot — Socialism, the economy, COVID-19, police and crime, immigration, healthcare, education, the Green New Deal, increased regulations, and higher taxes. Never in modern US history has so much depended on one race.

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