Trump's attacks on Kemp removed the governor from campaigning in the final weeks of the runoff, but other high (ish) profile Republicans have flooded the state to hold events for Perdue and Loeffler. They include the Secretary of Energy, former Texas Governor and former Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry for Perdue and Sens. Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham for Loeffler. Another Loeffler surrogate mother was particularly interesting: Kristi Noem, the governor of South Dakota, who worked vigorously on her presidential opportunities by fighting far from home in the middle of a growing pandemic.
These races are expected to be extremely close, and the big question that could change at the last minute on election day is whether Trump is really focusing his rally on increasing the turnout for Loeffler and Perdue, or whether he indulges in his complaints and undermines those Idea that voting is important or worth doing. Can Trump stay up to date with Senate control? Or does he even care, knowing in his heart that he will not be the president dealing with this Senate?
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