David Perdue with millions in bank for Georgia Senate bid should plans change

David Perdue with millions in bank for Georgia Senate bid should plans change


Two months after opting against a 2022 campaign, former Sen. David Perdue is sitting on a war chest of nearly $5 million.

The Georgia Republican, ousted in a January runoff election, briefly considered a comeback in next year’s midterm elections before pulling himself out of the running. Former President Donald Trump is encouraging businessman and former professional football player Herschel Walker to mount a campaign, and it is possible Perdue did not want to end up in a Republican primary facing the former president’s endorsed candidate.

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But after closing the first quarter with seed money of $4.7 million in his campaign account, Perdue could afford to reverse course later in the election cycle, should Walker demure and top-tier Republican candidates fail to materialize. Former Rep. Doug Collins is the latest Republican to take a pass, announcing Monday he would not seek federal or state

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