Georgia Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler said she intends to “hold the line” and defeat Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock in January’s special run-off election.
In an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham on Monday night, the Republican said she is “concerned” about the vote-counting process in the race against Warnock and that she supports an election where “every legal vote counts.”
“We have to make sure that we know that Georgia voters can trust the process,” Loeffler said. “We have to hold officials accountable for having an election that is fair where every legal vote counts and no legal votes don’t count.”
Loeffler implored Georgians to “save” the country by voting early as the state opens its voting process on Dec. 14.
Tens of millions of dollars are being poured into the campaigns on both sides of the aisle for both of Georgia’s Senate seats heading to runoffs and the majority in the upper chamber hanging in