As Donald Trump has been saying for quite some time, the Governor of Georgia, Republican Brian Kemp, has got to go. Trump did NOT like the way Kemp handled election fraud in his state, and the two have been butting heads ever since.
It appears as though former Senator David Perdue might be just the man for the job.
Reports indicate that Perdue, a Republican, is “seriously” considering waging a primary battle against Brian Kemp.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution was the first to report on the matter:
“In recent weeks, Perdue has called donors and other allies to float the idea, according to eight people who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss confidential matters. Several of them said he’s ‘conflicted’ about a run, while others say he’s leaning toward a challenge.
Perdue has kept quiet publicly about his plans, and he declined to comment. But he remains close to former President Donald Trump, who encouraged the former U.S. senator to run at a rally in Middle Georgia in September. Trump’s allies also recently leaked polls that show Perdue in a strong position.”
It is likely that the winner of the GOP primary would face off against Democrat Stacy Abrams, who lost to Kemp in 2018.
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