BKP speaks with Republican Senator David Perdue

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David Perdue 2022 Senate

Mere days before the run-off election deciding the Georgia’s Senate seats for this term, David Perdue (R), current Senator and incumbent candidate, is preparing for the final push up to election day. Counties across the state have reported record turn-outs for voting during 2020 and it looks like this election will see more voters than usual as well.

Voters are also turning out to rallies and campaign events as well. With debates still going over the Presidential Election and voters asking for continuing support, Perdue notes that he was among the few Senators who supported Trump before he was initially elected. Perdue said he fought with Trump as he turned the nations economy to it’s “best economic turnaround in history.”

Going through options and ideas in fighting what they are calling corruption in the recent election.

It is constantly a struggle against the Democrats according to Perdue who said that he is continuing to do everything that Trump asks him to do for that support.

Perdue noted, though, that people who are angry need to support Trump and the Republicans, but they also need to get out to vote. With numerous registered voters in every district still not voting on election day, Perdue calls to citizens saying that they are trying to fight the corruption and make the vote fair. He said they are working hard but it is very frustrating that people are still not voting.

Part of the efforts he has been working towards, Perdue has spoken with President Trump on Christmas Day. Perdue noted the stimulus and support for small businesses, people, and those in need from the pandemic fallout.

Perdue went on to speak on the omnibus bill at the federal level and looking at the efforts of the president fighting for people.

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Senator David Perdue

This was a great focus of Perdue in his time with BKP as he pointed to national security and what is at stake in the January election.

Perdue said that Jon Ossoff has been paid for two years by the Chinese Communist Party. Perdue said, “This is another example of how the Chinese Communist Party is trying to influence American Politics. They got in Hunter Biden’s pocket, they got into Congressman Swalwell’s bedroom, and they got into Jon Ossoff’s ego and his ambition to be an elected official. For two years after he ran for the U.S. House of Representatives and lost against Karen Handel in 2017. The very next year they hire him and pay him for two years. He hid it from the people of Georgia during his Primary this year. He lied about it. When he got caught, he came clean and then lied about it again.”

Perdue said that Ossoff is not good for Georgia because he is being controlled and influenced by China just like Biden and Swalwell. He noted that if the Republicans lose these two seats, then Biden will absolutely ruin everything in America that we have fought for.

Perdue called on voters again and said, “Don’t do it for me, don’t do it for Kelly, don’t do it for yourselves. Look at the children and think about their children. This is what’s at stake right now, the form of America. What America will look like in 50 to 100 years is determined by these two Senate races.”

General Primary 2020 State Election Returns

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General Primary runoff August 11 state runoff returns

NORTH GEORGIA – Find out who won in what General Primary races in the FYN coverage area from state representatives and senators to Congressional candidates. FYN will update with the unofficial winners as soon as results come in. Please remember these election returns are unofficial until certified.

STATE

Representatives

State Representative District 1

Republican

Runoff Candidate: Mike Cameron – 37.07%

Runoff Candidate: John Deffenbaugh – 41.74%

Vikki Mills – 21.19%

State Representative District 2

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Steve Tarvin (Incumbent)

State Representative District 3

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Dewayne Hill (Incumbent) – 61.78%

Jeff Holcomb – 38.22%

State Representative District 4

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Kasey Carpenter (Incumbent)

State Representative District 5

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Matt Barton (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Orianna Sanders

State Representative District 6

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Jason Ridley (Incumbent)

State Representative District 7

Republican

Presumptive Winner: David Ralston (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Rick Day

District 8 State Representative

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Stan Gunter – 65.24%

Steve Townsend – 34.76%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Dave Cooper – 100%

State Representative District 9

Republican

Runoff Candidate: Steve Liebel  – 20.27%

Doug Sherrill – 17.81%

Clint Smith – 8.16%

Tyler Tolin – 7.02%

Zack Tumlin – 11.89%

Runoff Candidate: Will Wade – 34.85%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Sharon Ravert

State Representative District 10

Republican

Victor Anderson

Robert Crumley

Jimmy Dean

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Nick Mitchell

State Representative District 11

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Rick Jasperse (Incumbent) – 82.62%

Charlotte Williamson – 17.38%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Kayla Hollifield

State Representative District 12

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Eddie Lumsden (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Johnathan Gilreath-Harvey

State Representative District 13

Republican

Brad Barnes – 22.14%

Presumptive Winner: Katie Dempsey (Incumbent) – 77.86%

State Representative District 14

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Mitchell Scoggins (Incumbent)

State Representative District 16

Republican

Jennifer Hulsey – 32.90%

Presumptive Winner: Trey Kelley (Incumbent) – 67.10%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Lyndsay Arrendale

State Representative District 17

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Martin Momtahan (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Q. Dailey

State Representative District 19 

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Joseph Gullett (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winer: Alison Feliciano

State Representative District 22

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Wes Cantrell (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Charles Ravenscraft

State Representative District 24

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Sheri Gilligan (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Natalie Bucsko

State Representative District 25

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Todd Jones (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Christa Olenczak

State Representative District 26

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Lauren McDonald

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Jason Boskey

State Representative District 27

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Lee Hawkins (Incumbent)

State Representative District 28

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Chris Erwin (Incumbent)

State Representative District 29

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Matt Dubnik (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Pat Calmes

State Representative District 30

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Emory Dunahoo Jr (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Leigh Miller

State Representative District 31

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Tommy Benton (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Pete Fuller

State Representative District 32

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Alan Powell (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Alisha Allen

State Representative District 66

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Jason Jones

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Kimberly Alexander (Incumbent)

State Representative District 67

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Micah Gravley

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Angela Mayfield

State Representative District 98

Republican

Presumptive Winner: David Clark (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Taeho Cho

State Representative  District 103

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Timothy Barr (Incumbent) – 62.89%

Derrick McCollum – 31.64%

Donald Schmidt – 5.47%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Clifton Marshall

State Representative District 117

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Houston Gaines (Incumbent)

Democrat 

Presumptive Winner: Jasmine Johnson

SENATORS

State Senate District 24

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Lee Anderson (Incumbent)

State Senate District 27

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Greg Dolezal (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Brooke Griffiths

State Senate District 47

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Frank Ginn (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Dawn Johnson

State Senate District 49

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Cecil T. “Butch” Miller (Incumbent)

State Senator District 50

Republican

Andy Garrison – 14.43%

Dan Gasaway – 7.23%

Runoff Candidate: Stacy Hall – 24.41%

Runoff Candidate: Bo Hatchett – 23.45%

Tricia Hise – 18.04%

Lee Moore – 12.54%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Dee Daley

State Senator District 51

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Steve Gooch (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: June Krise

State Senate District 52

Republican 

Presumptive Winner: Deborah Silcox (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Shea Roberts

State Senate District 53

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Sheila Jones (Incumbent)

State Senate District 54

Republican

Dan McEntire – 40.41%

Presumptive Winner: Chuck Payne (Incumbent) – 59.86%

Public Service Commission District 4

Republican

Presumptive Winner: Lauren “Bubba” McDonald, Jr. (Incumbent)

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Daniel Blackman – 71.01%

John Noel – 29.99

Libertarian

Presumptive Winner: Nathan Wilson

FEDERAL

Ninth District U.S. Congress

Republican

Michael Boggus – 3.20%

Paul Broun – 13.27%

Runoff Candidate: Andrew Clyde – 18.46%

Runoff Candidate: Matt Gurtler – 20.96%

Maria Strickland – 3.47%

Kevin Tanner – 15.81%

Ethan Underwood – 8.63%

Kellie Weeks – 4.57%

John Wilkinson – 11.62%

Democrat

Runoff Candidate: Devin Pandy – 33.57%

Runoff Candidate: Brooke Siskin – 41.21%

Dan Wilson – 25.23%

14th District U.S. Congress

Republican

John Barge – 8.50%

Ben Bullock – 3.80%

Kevin Cooke – 6.52%

Runoff Candidate: John Cowan – 18.65%

Clayton Fuller – 7.23%

Runoff Candidate: Marjorie Greene – 41.34%

Andy Gunther – 1.17%

Bill Hembree – 6.81%

Matt Laughridge – 5.99%

Democrat

Presumptive Winner: Kevin Van Ausdal

United States Senate – Perdue Seat

Republican

Presumptive Winner: David Perdue (Incumbent)

Democrat

Sarah Riggs Amico – 13.30%

Marc Keith DeJesus – 4.68%

James Knox – 5.08%

Tricia Carpenter McCracken – 3.39%

Runoff Candidate: Jon Ossoff – 48.96%

Maya Dillard Smith – 10.32%

Runoff Candidate: Teresa Pike Tomlinson – 14.76%

Libertarian 

Shane Hazel

Presidential Primary

Republican

Donald Trump (Incumbent) – 100%

Democrat

Joe Biden – 83.44%

Run-off elections will be held on August 11 if needed. The General Election is scheduled for November 3 as well as the jungle primary for Senator Kelly Loeffler’s seat.

See the entire state’s election returns on the Secretary of State’s website.

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