Se. David Perdue

Se. David Perdue

Ahead of Wednesday night's Democratic presidential primary debate in Atlanta, political figures are weighing in on the national focus of Georgia's politics.

The event will bring 10 candidates on stage to tout their proposals for how they would govern as the nation's chief executive.

In a familiar line of attack against Democratic primary candidates, Republican Sen. David Perdue anticipates the two-hour debate will display far left ideas that he believes do not align with the desires of Georgia voters. 

Perdue, who is up for re-election in 2020, also discusses his own campaign, the ongoing impeachment hearings in Washington and provides thoughts on evolving process to name Sen. Johnny Isakson's replacement.