Republicans need to win the Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January, especially if Democrats manage to get Joe Biden sworn in as president.
If Democrats then took the Senate, they would control every branch of government and that would be a disaster.
Donald Trump Jr. has launched a super PAC to help the GOP.
The Daily Caller reports:
Super PAC Launched By Trump Jr. Aides To Help Republicans In Georgia
Aides to Donald Trump Jr. have launched a super PAC to help Republicans win a pair of U.S. Senate runoffs in Georgia.
Save the U.S. Senate PAC, overseen by Trump Jr. aids Andrew Surabian and Taylor Budowich, will begin airing commercials geared toward encouraging discouraged voters who supported President Donald Trump to mobilize in support of Republican Georgia Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, Politico reported.
The commercials will feature Donald Trump Jr. and are reportedly being produced by Jamestown Associates, which produced Trump campaign ads during the election season.
Since neither garnered 50% of the vote earlier this month, Perdue and Loeffler will face Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock in the January 5 runoff election. Republicans must win one of two seats to maintain control of the Senate for the next two years.
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Here’s more from Politico:
Advisers to Donald Trump Jr. are launching a super PAC to prod the president’s supporters to vote in the upcoming Georgia Senate runoffs, as Republicans grow concerned that Trump’s backers will boycott the elections.
The group, Save the U.S. Senate PAC, will this week start airing commercials featuring Trump Jr. that are aimed at mobilizing Trump backers across Georgia. A person familiar with the plans said it would be the first in a series of commercials spotlighting Donald Trump Jr. ahead of the Jan. 5 vote, which will decide control of the Senate.
The super PAC will air its ads only on conservative radio and TV stations to reach Trump loyalists. The organization is investing six figures to run the first ads on radio stations statewide, and later this week it will begin cutting TV and digital commercials with the younger Trump.
Republicans had better get out the vote in Georgia.
A lot is riding on this.
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