GOP campaign ads dominate airwaves in crucial Georgia Senate runoffs


Meanwhile, Loeffler herself knows how crucial the results of the January 5 vote is, as she called on Americans to “hold the line.” She is, in fact, leading the pack after spending or reserving about $42 million in ads for her race — a little less double of Warnock’s $24.4 million.

“Less than seven weeks to go. Every door knock, every phone call, and every event are more important than ever before. It’s time to hold the line — and we can’t do it without you,” she said in a tweet.

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Ossoff has repeatedly said how critical the contest is in delivering Biden’s agenda, asserting how the new chief executive plans to address the pandemic and a crumbling economy.

Warnock, on the other hand, focused his campaign messaging on the kitchen-table impact on health care and wages.

Georgia began to send out absentee ballots on Wednesday. Early voting will start on December 14

Loeffler and Warnock, meanwhile, will debate on December 6. Ossoff, on the same day, will debate an empty podium. Perdue has declined to debate with him.