Here’s the latest news today out of Georgia courtesy of WSB-TV/Landmark Communications:
Perdue leads with 47 percent of the vote compared to Ossoff’s 45.5 percent. Six percent remain undecided. The margin of error is also 4 percent.Libertarian Shane Hazel, who has just 1.5 percent, could play a huge role in this election and force it into a runoff if he holds Perdue and Ossoff under 50 percent of the vote.The second election for U.S. Senate is also wide open, but among 19 different candidates its really just a three person race.Right now Democrat Raphael Warnock is leading the group with 36.2 percent of the vote. He’s trailed by two Republicans who are splitting that party’s vote — incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler with 25.8 percent and Rep. Doug Collins with 23.3 percent of the vote.
They also polled the presidential election and Trump leads Biden in Georgia 48.6% to 46.8% with 4% undecided. Keep in mid, they conducted this poll on October 7th and polled 600 likely voters. Still though, it’s a nice reminder of how close Georgia is and how winnable it is and Joe Biden isn’t taking it for granted:
Joe Biden is expanding his ad footprint in Georgia with a trio of TV spots aimed at Asian-American voters, working-class families and veterans.
They come ahead of the start of the three-week voting period that begins Monday, when top surrogates from the campaign are set to crisscross Georgia. Biden’s wife, Jill, is scheduled to visit Atlanta and Columbus while Donald Trump Jr. will stop in Savannah and Kennesaw.An analysis of ad spending shows Biden’s campaign has reserved at least $2.7 million in ads in metro Atlanta through Nov. 3, and nearly $1 million in smaller markets including Savannah, Macon and Albany.
Let’s keep up the momentum to flip Georgia Blue. Click below to donate and get involved with Warnock, Ossoff, Biden and their fellow Georgia Democrats campaigns: