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Trump, Pence deliver final pitches for Kemp, Perdue



by Dave Williams | May 24, 2022 | Capitol Beat News Service

KENNESAW – The one-sided feud between former President Donald Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence came to Georgia Monday, with Pence stumping for Gov. Brian Kemp and Trump rallying his loyalists to back former U.S. Sen. David Per...

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  1. It’s pretty sad when the sole plank in a candidate’s campaign is they stole the election. Other then being a automaton Trump cheerleader, being accused of insider trading based on advanced knowledge of the COVID pandemic, and losing his Senate seat to Warnock, what did Perdue achieve in Washington as a senator.

  2. Senator Perdue and his office, helped my family, and many more in Georgia, while he was in office. In addition, his office kept in touch with myself, during his time in Washington. I wish with all of my heart, that he had not decided to run for Governor. The State GOP asked him not to. If it was for the next term, I would’ve voted for him in a heartbeat. Brian Kemp would’ve been term limited. There WAS some shady crap that went on. New legislation has been enacted to make this shady crap more difficult to accomplish in the future. Contrary to what Stacey says, Brian Kemp has actually done a good job for us. He received my and my wife’s vote in early voting.

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