Loeffler, Warnock Close in Key Georgia Senate Runoff

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Whether or not Republicans keep or lose the Senate in 2021 all depends upon two Georgia runoff races: Sen. Kelly Loeffler vs. Raphael Warnock and Sen. David Perdue vs. Jon Ossoff.

GOP Senators Loeffler and Perdue are currently campaigning alongside each other, as are Warnock and Ossoff. However, a new Fox5 poll shows that much work lies ahead for the race to keep the Senate red.

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While the recent survey showed Perdue and Ossoff locked in a tight tie of 49% each, the data looks a little different in the Loeffler vs. Warnock race. According to Newsmax, Warnock is actually leading Loeffler by 1%. The Georgia incumbent senator currently rests at 48%, while Warnock has 49%.

The findings from this Fox5 poll come amid already-existing speculations that the Georgia runoffs will be far from a landslide…for either side.

What to Know About Loeffler vs. Warnock for the Senate

Warnock and the Democrats are working hard to ensure that the Democrat Reverand successfully unseats Loeffler. The Georgia senator, however, is also campaigning alongside Republicans to hold onto her seat.

Loeffler has repeatedly blasted Warnock and other Democrats for their radical talking points regarding taking control of the Senate. In addition to agreeing to as many debates as Warnock wants, the Georgia senator maintains that the Peach State is “the firewall against socialism” that must be safeguarded from radical leftists.

Following Loeffler’s public agreement to debates, reports confirmed that Georgians can expect to see both candidates face off against one another.

Bringing Home a Win for the Senate

The success of both Perdue and Loeffler will determine the outcome of the United States Senate. Democrats are hard at work to flip the Senate blue so they don’t have to negotiate with Republicans; House Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez admitted as much on live TV.

Later in the week, Loeffler will join fellow Republican David Perdue for a rally in Gainesville, Georgia. The rally is set for Friday afternoon and is designed to encourage Georgia residents to defend the majority by voting for both GOP candidates.

Likewise, Vice President Mike Pence will be traveling to Gainesville as well to support both Loeffler and Perdue in their races against left-wing challengers.

Do you believe Kelly Loeffler will win her runoff race against Democrat Raphael Warnock? How close will it be? Let us know down below in the comments section.