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Walker Receiving A Helping Hand With Voter Reach In Georgia Runoff

    Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp is going to be loaning out his “get-out-the-vote” group to GOP Senate candidate Herschel Walker just ahead of the runoff election set for December 6, according to Politico.

    A report from Newsmax has revealed that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky reached out to Kemp and convinced him to transfer his program for phone-banking, canvassing, and data analytics to the Senate Leadership Fund, which is supporting Walker and will providing him a whopping $2 million in funding. Politico also pointed out that this will be the first time that the SLF has provided cash for a grassroots “get-out-the-vote” effort.

    “Gov. Kemp wrote the playbook for how to win big in Georgia, and we are thrilled to partner with his top-notch team to elect Herschel Walker to the Senate,” Steven Law, president of the Senate Leadership Fund, stated during a chat with Politico. “As we learned in 2020, Republican turnout is essential for victory in a runoff election, and we are leaving no stone unturned – preparing a ground assault to partner with the coming air war.”

    Bobby Saparow, the campaign manager for Kemp released a statement saying, “Gov. Kemp was able to build the best ground game operation in the entire country this cycle. Our team is ready to work with SLF and Leader McConnell to make sure Herschel Walker is the next senator from Georgia and Republicans regain the majority in the Senate.”

    The race in Geoergia for the Senate is a close one. The whole eyes of the country are on this election because it will play a pivotal role in determining who will control the Senate. it’s possible that Herschel can overcome Warnock and help the GOP take back total control of Congress. This, of course, would allow the Republican Party to put some stop gaps in the forward momentum of the Democratic Party who is hellbent on destroying the country.

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