Second Amendment advocates are making a last-minute push to turn out gun voters in the Georgia runoff elections as part of a multimillion-dollar effort to put guns at the forefront of the 2020 campaign.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's coverage of the Senate runoff elections in Georgia has included numerous attempts to "fact check" the candidates, nearly all of which are extremely deferential to the Democratic candidates.
Days before calling for a "true lockdown" and closure of "all nonessential businesses and activities," a California labor union dispatched members to Georgia to canvass for Democratic Senate hopefuls Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
Top Georgia law enforcement officials and groups are expressing "serious concern" with Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock's Senate bids, claiming that the pair of Democrats will push to defund police and hinder officers' ability to serve.
President-elect Joe Biden urged a group of activists to remain silent on his "promise" to "change policing" until after Georgia's January Senate runoff elections, arguing that the push could alienate Peach State voters.
While Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock has slammed his Republican opponent for "playing political games" with COVID-19 relief, the voter-registration group he ran raked in $482,000 in coronavirus bailout money.
Georgia Democratic Senate candidate Raphael Warnock dodged questions about packing the Supreme Court and declined to condemn Marxism in a debate Sunday night against Republican incumbent Kelly Loeffler.