Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) couldn't defend Trump on the facts, so he accused Obama of impeachable offenses.
Georgia Senator David Perdue has created a new controversy in Georgia politics after he attempted to avoid a college student’s question by ripping the student’s cellphone out of his hand in the midst of a video recording.
Immediately after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivered a speech before Congress, Republicans and conservatives made sure to deliver overwhelming praise, especially considering the controversy behind the address.
Midterm election results in Georgia show progressive trends and point to battleground potential for the 2016 presidential race.
According to Georgia Republican Senate candidate David Perdue, his only reason for serving is to prosecute Democrats and President Obama because he does not approve of the "direction of this country."
Down in the polls and disgraced as a proud outsourcer, Republican David Perdue decided the best course of action was to sign a young woman's hip/torso at a rally on Thursday.
While the eyes of the nation are on Kentucky, there is an upset brewing in the Georgia Senate contest. A new poll released today, became the third in a row that shows Democrat Michelle Nunn leading David Perdue.
Democrat Michelle Nunn is leading her Republican opponent for the first time in the Georgia Senate race. Nunn leads Perdue by three points among likely voters in a new poll.
In a meeting with reporters on Monday, Republican Senate candidate David Perdue claimed that he is "proud of" his career in outsourcing jobs and blamed Washington policies for his own business decisions.
On Monday, the Washington Post published an article from their resident fact checker Glenn Kessler that highlighted an awful campaign ad from Georgia Republican David Perdue. Kessler 'awarded' the ad Four Pinocchios, meaning it is a complete and total lie.
David Perdue, the Republican candidate for Georgia's open US Senate seat, released another ad on Wednesday doubling-down on his debunked claim that Democratic opponent Michelle Nunn funneled money to terrorist organizations through the Points of Light Foundation.
All the talk of a Republican takeover of the US Senate after this year's midterms may have been a bit premature as a new poll in Georgia shows that Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn holds a three-point lead over Republican nominee David Perdue for Georgia's open Senate seat.
Republicans continue to stumble and bumble in their quest to retake the Senate as a Republican poll has found that Democrat Michelle Nunn leads the US Senate race in Georgia 45%-43%.