Pence returns to Georgia on Friday; Obama is featured in the new Ossoff TV commercial


Vice President Mike Pence will return to Georgia on Friday to track the campaign in the state registrars ’January 5 senate election, where a Republican majority in the Senate is at stake.

The vice president will line up for Republican Sens.David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler, GOP nominees, at the “Defend the Majority Rally” in Savannah, a coastal city.

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This is Pence’s second trip in the Georgian campaign. On November 20, he stopped with Perdue and Loeffler in the company of Perdue and Loeffler in the cities of North Georgia in Canton and Gainesville.

Vice President Mike Pence and Kelly Loeffler waving to the crowd at the Defend the Majority Meeting on November 20, 2020 in Canton, Ga. U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler waving behind Pence. (AP photo / Ben Gray)

“We need the great state of Georgia to protect the majority, and the road to the Republican majority in the Senate leads directly through the state of Georgia,” he told the Cantonese crowd.

Pence’s visit on Friday follows a day before President Trump prepares to parachute into Georgia to campaign on behalf of Perdue and Loeffler.

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The current balance of power in the next Senate, which will show up in this month’s election: 50 Republicans and 48 Democrats. That means Democrats must win both Georgian elections to become 50-50-50 senates. If that happens, the elected vice president, Kamala Harris, will have a tie vote, giving his party a razor-thin majority in the chamber.

In Georgia, where state law requires the conduct if no candidate reaches 50% of the vote, Perdue barely missed avoiding leaving and got 49.75% of the vote. Jon Ossoff, the Democratic Challenger, fell short by roughly 87,000 votes.

In the other race, Loeffler won nearly 26% of the vote in a huge special election with 20 candidates to fill the last two years of former GOP senator Johnny Isakson. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat candidate, won nearly 33% of the vote.

Former President Barack Obama is featured in the latest TV commercial for the Ossoff campaign. The former president says Ossoff “has dedicated his career to fighting injustice” and, if elected, will seek to pass a new law on voting rights.

The ad uses Obama clips at a Nov. 2 meeting in Atlanta where the former president joined Ossoff and Warnock and also campaigned on behalf of Joe Biden. The president-elect wore Trump tightly in Georgia, becoming the first Democrat to transport the state in a White House race in more than a quarter of a century.

Hoping to prevent a decline in the turnout of democratic voters – and black voters in particular – in the January 5 election, Obama on the spot stresses that “if we vote as if our lives depend on him because they do, we will elect Jon Ossoff to the U.S. Senate. ”

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According to the Ossoff campaign, the ad will start running nationwide on Tuesday as part of their Monday weekly ad purchase.