His. David PurdueDavid Purdue John Osoff attributes imminent Georgian Senate race to black voter turnout Profiles of cowardice: Trump Senate founders Moore: Trump is “a little dirty” on election results (R-Ga.) He will not take part in a debate with John Osoff, his Democratic contender in one of Georgia’s two Senate runoff races in January, the incumbent̵
The Perdue campaign informed the Atlanta press club, which was scheduled to host a debate early next month, that the senator would not attend, according to CNN.
The Democratic contender targeted Perdue after the news that he refused to participate, calling him “David” empty podium “Perdue”.
David “empty podium” Perdue https://t.co/bARdzKVQvm
– John Ossoff (@ossoff) November 16, 2020
“Georgia’s run-off is a continuation of the November 3 general election, in which 52 percent of Georgians voted against John Osof and his radical agenda. would be re-elected, “the Perdue campaign manager told CNN in a statement.
Perdue led Ossoff with less than 100,000 votes after an initial selection in Georgia.
Georgia’s two seats in Georgia could decide the balance of power in the Senate, as the split between 50 and 50 will give a decisive vote to the incoming vice president, Kamala HarrisKamala Harris Dear Black Colleagues: Thank You, Biden Presents New Challenge for Boris Johnson Moore: Trump is “a little dirty” ahead of election results.
The newly elected president Joe BidenJoe Biden Obama: US “opponents saw us weakened” US sees 1 million new cases of coronavirus in one week GOP shows limited appetite to prosecute Biden investigations MORE (D) holds a narrow lead President TrumpDonald John Trump Whitmer responds to Atlas: I will not be harassed if I do not follow respected scholars Obama: American “opponents saw us weakened” Obama describes his wife Michelle’s resistance to presidential ambitions MORE in Georgia, which has to manually count the presidential ballots. The Associated Press did not announce a winner in the race, although other news outlets also predicted the former vice president as the winner in Georgia.
– Updated at 9:50 in the morning