Still, Raffensperger said he’s not leaving the GOP.
Another Presidential Visit…
President Donald Trump says he’ll come to Georgia next Saturday to campaign for Republican Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
“And we’ll have, you know, tens of thousands of people show up. And then I may go a second time, depending on how they’re doing, I may go a second time,” said Trump on Thanksgiving at a White House briefing.
Trump’s planned Dec. 5 visit comes as polls show tight races in the January runoff between Perdue and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff and Loeffler and her opponent Raphael Warnock.
Some Trump supporters want another review of ballots…
No evidence has been presented that there was widespread fraud or irregularities with absentee ballots in Georgia in the November election.
“It seems simple enough to conduct a sample audit of signatures on the absentee ballot envelopes and compare those to the signatures on applications and on file at the Secretary of State’s office,” said Gov. Brian Kemp shortly after he certified Georgia’s election results on Nov. 20.
Turning out the vote…
So as Georgia voters get ready to vote on Jan. 5 for who will be in the U.S. Senate, more Get Out The Vote efforts are taking place across the state. After all, the two Senate races could decide the majority in the chamber.
There are thousands of eviction cases pending in courts around metro Atlanta. Many are on hold because of COVID-19. A federal order has halted evictions for unpaid rent until the end of the year. That means those tenants are safe from getting evicted, but what many don’t know is the eviction notices have already hurt their record.