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Obama appeal to Warnock in Georgia

Obama appeal to Warnock in Georgia

At a rally in Atlanta, Obama said Walker once claimed that he took on Obama at basketball and let him win. Later, however, Walker admitted that he had never met Obama.

– When you lie shamelessly over and over again, it says something about the kind of person you are and the kind of leader you would be if elected to the United States Senate, according to the Associated Press.

“Must continue”

Pre-voting is in full swing in the state, in an election that will be a test of how the state leans politically. So far, 1.4 million have voted in advance.

It is already clear that the Democrats will retain the majority in the Senate, but Warnock still kicked out the public to go vote. The Democrats also pumped out cash before the runoff, which they spent large sums of money on television ads in which Walker was smeared. If Warnock wins, the party has a majority of 51-49, which means that it does not depend on the decision of Vice President Kamala Harris, and it could also limit the power of the party’s more conservative senators.

– We must continue to vote. We can’t relax even for a moment. “We have to keep our foot on the accelerator until victory,” Warnock said.

Warnock led by about 37,000 votes in the first round of the midterm elections, but fell short of half of the nearly four million votes needed to avoid a runoff under state rules.

many problems

Walker maintained a lower profile before the runoff. Several ex-girlfriends have accused the former NFL star of cheating, lying, and showing violent tendencies. He is also accused of pressuring women to have abortions.

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It has also been claimed that he is not even a resident of Georgia, as he claimed a special type of tax credit aimed at Texans.

Republicans also invested less money on the candidate before the election round than the Democrats. Despite this, it appears even in the public opinion, according to Thirty-five.

On the question of where Walker actually lives, he says that “everyone in Georgia knows that Herschel Walker is more Georgia than Raphael Warnock.”

– This indicates that they are terrified, says Walker Fox NewsReferring to the democrats.

– Let the voters choose, and then we’ll see who wins this one.

The US Senate, the upper house, consists of two members from each state, who are elected to six-year terms. To become a senator, you must be at least 30 years old, have been a US citizen for at least nine years, and have lived in the state from which you were elected.

A third of the 100 senators were elected in the November midterm elections in the United States. Before the election, it was quite even between the two political sides, each with 50 seats and the vote of Vice President Kamala Harris.

The Democrats won the midterm elections in a seat that previously belonged to the Republicans (in Pennsylvania). In Georgia, a runoff was needed, in which it will be decided on Tuesday whether the incumbent senator, Democrat Raphael Warnock, or Republican challenger Herschel Walker will take the last seat.