DEMOREST, Ga – Senator Kelly Loeffler (Ga-R) stumped with former UN ambassador Nikki Haley (R-SC) in Demorest, Ga ahead of the January 5 runoff.
Senator Loeffler commented that Habersham represented the best of Georgia with a diverse range of industries.
“They care about the freedoms that we’re fighting for every single day. They also care about the things we need to be delivering like coronavirus relief that Democrats have blocked and I’m fighting for that, “Loeffler stated.
Georgia’s junior senator has yet to congratulate President-elect Joe Biden for his win but wants to focus on ensuring “free and fair elections” for Georgians. She dedicated to still fighting for President Trump.
Loeffler expressed concerns about Biden’s nominees and “grave concerns about the entire Democrat agenda. Socialist ideas that raise our taxes and grow government at the expense of hardworking Georgians.”
As far as Haley’s concerns about Biden’s appointees, she called it recycling of the Obama administration, and they are just trying to buy friends. According to the former South Carolina governor, Trump stopped those practices and held foreign countries like China and Iran accountable.
She also stressed that Loeffler and Senator David Perdue must be sent back to the U.S. Senate to serve as a line of defense about the left’s practices.
“We’ve got to make sure we win these Georgia races because we can’t go the way of the Democrats,” Haley said. “When you’ve got her opponent, Raphael Warnock saying, ‘you can’t serve God and the military.’ There’s a lot of men and women who serve ‘one nation under God.’ It’s offensive so with people like that we have to keep them in the Senate.”
Early voting started on December 14 and continues through December 31. The polls will be closed on holidays. Election day is January 5, visit the Secretary of State’s office myvoterpage to find your polling place.