RED WAVE: Georgia Senate Race Poised To Flip the State!

RED WAVE: Georgia Senate Race Poised To Flip the State!
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With things all tied up in the Senate in D.C. This election could help get the Republicans the majority in the Senate.

The senate election in Georgia has favored Democrats up until recently, and it seems that the Republican candidate Herschel Walker is starting to pick up some steam. But the competition is fierce, and both sides are sending in tons of money and support in order to win this seat.

Townhall writes. The November midterm elections are just three months away, and one of the races to watch is the Georgia Senate race between Democrat Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker. According to the Phillips Academy Poll released on Monday, Walker now has 45.2 percent support over Warnock, compared to 43.6 percent for Warnock.

Herschel Walker is a first time general election candidate, and he has had some stumbling blocks along the way. But he is a fighter and the Republicans are sending in support.

Fox 5 Atlanta stated.

The GOP has responded to Walker’s stumbles by bringing in experienced aides and sending national operatives to the state. Walker aides said the coming weeks will focus on various policy themes, with a focus on Warnock. It’s not so much a campaign reset as it is when campaigns ratchet up in mid- to late summer, the aides said. It’s clearly an attempt to change the narrative surrounding the matchup. Agriculture was the first salvo. The next step is public safety and crime. As a result, the economy will follow. Walker himself has spoken of “listening sessions” centered around policy issues. As a result of those sessions, he kept returning to Warnock, Biden, and the economy in most any discussion. “Terrible, terrible leadership,” he said, adding that working-class Georgians “know it’s wrong.”

After the debacle of the last runoff election in Georgia, we’re hoping that we can get the Republican senator out of this cycle. Right now in Washington DC it is 50/50 between Republicans and Democrats with Kamala Harris being the deciding vote. We need this win.

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