Vice President Mike Pence traveled to northeast Georgia on Friday afternoon to campaign on behalf of Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and Senator David Perdue (R-GA), both of whom have found themselves competing in the January runoff elections that will determine the future of the next Senate majority.
Pence, speaking to a crowd in Canton at a “Defend The Majority” rally, praised Perdue, saying he worked his way through college decades ago and subsequently carved out a successful career in business before “following his deep conservative convictions” and seeking public office several years ago.
“I can tell you firsthand that he’s been one of the greatest and staunchest allies of our MAGA agenda in the United States Senate,” said Pence.
As for Loeffler, the vice president lauded her for building “her own company up from the ground” and breaking “barriers in business and sports … to become one of Georgia’s most successful businesswomen.”
Pence said that he was “first and