The leading three candidates for the special U.S. Senate election spent most of an hourlong debate trying to convince voters that they should advance to a two-person runoff in January to fill the rest of retired Sen. Johnny Isakson's term, while the other three candidates in the debate tried to remind voters they existed.
Today on Political Rewind: Georgia’s congressional and state races are quickly unfolding as we approach Election Day on Nov. 3. Our panel discusses the latest from the campaign trail.
U.S. Senate candidate Kelly Loeffler celebrated her endorsement from Marjorie Taylor Greene at a joint campaign appearance the two staged in Dallas, Georgia.
A new political advertisement by Sen. Kelly Loeffler describes her as being "more conservative than Attila the Hun." The advertisement then cuts to a reenactment of the despot instructing his assistant to "fight China," "attack big government," and "eliminate the liberal scribes."
Georgia’s secretary of state has set the qualifying period for the special U.S. Senate election featuring Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and GOP Rep....