The all important Georgia senate elections are less than a month away and last night, Senator Kelly Loeffler faced off against Raphael Wornock and during the debate they talked about the November 3rd election.
Senator Loeffler said folks in Georgia need to have confidence in the election process. She also noted the President has the right to legally challenge the results. Warnock accused Loeffler of casting doubt on the election integrity in the voters’ minds.
Nevertheless, she insisted it’s important that she beat Warnock to help Republicans maintain control of the Senate.
Rev. Raphael Warnock (D) and Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) asked each other questions during the Georgia Senate debate in Atlanta, Georgia, with Loeffler calling Warnock a “radical liberal,” and Warnock stating that Loeffler “purchased that seat.”
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Loeffler and Warnock are facing off in one of two runoff elections in Georgia that could determine control of the Senate.
Meanwhile, the other two Senate candidates will not debate. Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff slammed his Republican opponent, Sen. David Perdue for not showing up to debate him saying he’s probably afraid he would incriminate himself.
Ossoff stood opposite an empty podium in what could’ve been a debate against Senator David Perdue Sunday.