David Perdue Could Make Warnock’s Time as Senator VERY Short Lived

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The 2021 senatorial runoffs in Georgia did not turn out in the preferred manner of many Republicans. Former Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler were narrowly ousted from their seats by Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.

While Ossoff has a standard six-year term as a Georgia senator, the same cannot be said for Warnock. This is because Warnock is completing the senatorial term of the now-retired Johnny Isakson.

Therefore, Warnock’s seat will be up for grabs in the 2022 midterm elections. On Monday evening, business tycoon and former Sen. David Perdue submitted the necessary paperwork to the Federal Election Commission to run for Senate during the 2022 midterms.

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At this time, the former senator has not confirmed that he will or will not run against Warnock. However, the decision to file the necessary paperwork, coupled with reports from Perdue’s aides, suggests that the businessman may return to the campaign trails.

On early Tuesday afternoon, the businessman-turned-politician released a statement via Facebook. In this statement, Perdue explained that Republicans’ need to regain the Senate majority, coupled with Ossoff and Warnock’s radical liberalism and lack of representation of most Georgians, is why he’s considering a 2022 run.