Potential president-elect Joe Biden will leave Delaware next week to campaign for Georgia Democrat Senate candidates Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, who are running in two special runoff elections that will determine which party has the majority in the Senate next year.
Biden plans to travel to Georgia on December 15 to stump for Warnock and Ossoff, making it clear that winning the races are crucial for the Democrat party agenda.
“The Georgia Senate runoffs are crucial — it’s why I’ll be traveling there next Tuesday,” Biden tweeted Thursday, urging supporters to donate to the “Flip Georgia Fund” if they are able.
Trump has already been campaigning in Georgia for the Republican candidates, Sens. David Purdue and Kelly Loeffler, ahead of the runoffs on January 5.
But Biden’s visit comes as early mail-in voting will begin in the state, a critical time for Democrats to get out the vote.
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