In just a few days, two runoff elections will decide Georgia’s role in the U.S. Senate. Both parties are taking nothing to chance, fighting to win those seats.
If Democrats win, they will have possibly enough votes to ram through whatever agenda they want. They have pumped millions into the races, with liberals from outside the state trying to sway the election.
Republicans, however, are refusing to back down. They have thrown considerable weight behind their candidates.
And two key stars of the party are jumping in to seal these elections. From Breitbart:
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem urged Georgians to rally behind GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) here on Wednesday, the second of many stops in her latest swing through the Peach State ahead of Tuesday’s upcoming U.S. Senate runoffs.
And from Fox News:
Nikki Haley’s appearances for Georgia Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue caps a slew of 2020 campaign stops for Republican candidates by the former U.N. ambassador, and a number of them are crediting her as an important factor in their November victories.
Two powerhouse female conservatives went down to Georgia to stump for these Senate races.
Kristi Noem has emerged as a popular Republican figure after she helped her state weather the storm of COVID. South Dakota never shut down during the height of the panic and they saw little complications from the virus.
A strong, uncompromising leader, she has urged Georgia Republicans to take the fight to the polls.
Nikki Haley was Trump’s top U.N. ambassador who made major changes to the country’s role in that international organization.
She is seen as a thoughtful, effective leader. And she is also lending her influence to ensure Republicans hold onto those Senate seats.
It’s a stroke of genius for the Republican Party to enlist the support of women like Noem and Haley. For years, Democrats claimed they were the party of American women.
This year, we’ve seen record wins by Republican women in elections and other sectors. It’s becoming harder and harder for the left to say they are the only ones to respect and support women.
Now, two influential conservative women are fighting for Georgia. They both could have aspirations for 2024j.
Do you stand behind Nikki Haley and Kristi Noem?
- Two conservative female stars went to Georgia to stump for the runoff races.
- Kristi Noem and Nikki Haley campaigned to ensure Republicans hold onto those seats.
- The runoff elections will be held next Tuesday.