Trump is meddling in Georgia again, and this time he could very easily get Stacey Abrams elected governor.
Despite speculation that he would run against Senator Jon Ossoff (D) in 2022 after losing his Senate seat to Ossoff during the most recent election, former Senator David Perdue (R) announced that he would not run for a Senate seat in Georgia in 2022.
Senators and congresspeople have access to information that the American public doesn’t. It is expected that they don’t use these inside information to make money in the stock market.
But a number of Republicans made questionable stock trades during the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Richard Burr was among them. As a result, the North Carolina Republican stepped down as Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee in May of 2020.
The polls weren’t great this past election season. If they were more accurate, tonight’s special election in Georgia would not be for control of the senate, Democrats would already have it.
This years presidential election featured a daunting map for Donald Trump. In 2016, he won traditionally Democratic states like Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin by the slimmest of margins. He also had so contend with the leftward lean of Republican strongholds like Georgia and Arizona.
The Georgia Senate runoffs, which will determine which party will have control over Congress‘s upper chamber, are today. For weeks, President Donald Trump has been criticized for apparently undermining the Republican Party’s chances of winning by attacking Republicans who have not backed his call for overturning the results of an election that President-elect Joe Biden won decisively.
During an appearance on CNBC, Axios co-founder Mike Allen said that some Republicans believe President Donald Trump’s erratic behavior in recent weeks is designed to “sabotage” the GOP’s chances of winning the Georgia runoff elections, which will determine which of the two major political parties will have control of the Senate.
Donald Trump will no longer be the President of the United States come mid-January. His presence, though, will hang over the party long before he’s gone, undermining almost any candidate who wants to run as a Republican.
Joe Biden received 306 Electoral College votes on Monday. On Tuesday, he headed down to Georgia to campaign for Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff who are competing in a hugely important senate runoff.
During the 2020 campaign season, Biden showed that he could be a powerful fundraiser. In the last few months up to the November election, the former Vice President routinely out-raised Donald Trump.
There is a runoff election upcoming in the state of Georgia that will decide the balance of power in the senate. Donald Trump may be an asset in that race. He also has the potential to torpedo it for the GOP.
It took them quite a long time, but many Republican senators have come to admit that Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump in the 2020 election. They have joined Ben Sasse, Mitt Romney, Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins.
There are many incumbent Republican senators who are considered good bets to lose their seats this year. That includes Maine’s Susan Collins, Arizona’s Martha McSally and Colorado’s Cory Gardner.
A Republican senator has deleted a Facebook ad depicting his Democratic opponent with a large, digitally manipulated nose. The campaign claims it was an error.
Georgia Senator David Perdue’s campaign has pulled the ad, which showed Democrat Jon Ossoff with House Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who is also Jewish.
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.