Former Sen. Kelly Loeffler, who lost a runoff re-election bid in January, is launching a voter registration group called “Greater Georgia” that will rival an outreach program started by Stacey Abrams that has been credited with helping elect Democratic candidates.
Loeffler, who lost to Sen. Raphael Warnock in the Jan. 5 election, will focus on registering “conservative-leaning” voters, enhancing election security and turning out voters at the polls, Fox News reported on Monday.
“Our state is greater – and our democracy is stronger – when everyone’s voice is heard, and that’s exactly what Greater Georgia’s work is about,” Loeffler, a Republican, said in a statement.
She will be the chairwoman of the group.
“But for too many in our state, the importance – and even the sanctity of their vote – is in question,” said Loeffler.
“That’s why we’re rolling up our sleeves to register conservative-leaning voters who have been overlooked, to regularly engage more communities, and to strengthen