Kelly Loeffler Releases Final Ad, Urges Georgians to Vote

U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) reacts to her supporters during an Election Night party at the Grand Hyatt Atlanta In Buckhead on November 03, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia. Loeffler, who was appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp to replace Johnny Isakson at the end of last year, is pushing to retain …
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Georgia Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler has released her final ad, “Job to Do,” which urges Georgians to get out and vote on January 5th in the runoff elections taking place in the state.

“America is counting on us,” said Loeffler in a campaign rally clip, which is featured in the advertisement.

“Only you can stop the radical left from total control,” said the advertisement’s narrator, before flashing to another clip of Loeffler.

“If you vote we will win, if you don’t we will lose America,” Loeffler proclaimed.

“This Tuesday, everything is on the line,” the narrator added.

“We are going to stop socialism in its tracks,” Loeffler added. “Together, we are gonna save America.”

Loeffler has campaigned eagerly over the past month, making stops in rural Georgia counties. On Wednesday, she traveled to Macon, where she met with voters and stressed the importance of voting in the runoff elections, which include Loeffler and her Democrat challenger Raphael Warnock and Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) and his challenger Jon Ossoff.

President Donald Trump is also set to campaign again for Loeffler and Perdue in a January 4 rally in Dalton, Georgia, the night before the elections take place.

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