ATLANTA, GA – Ahead of Election Day on Tuesday, November 4th, Georgia’s two sitting Senators urged Georgia voters to vote early and support David Perdue, to help regain a Republican Majority in the U.S. Senate and lead Washington in a new direction. Senators Chambliss and Isakson highlighted Perdue’s leadership on farming, agriculture, military and veterans issues and reminded voters that early voting ends this Friday, October 31st.
Senator Saxby Chambliss: “David Perdue is a strong leader with a proven business record who will come to Washington with fresh ideas and a passion for solutions. Georgia deserves a Senator who will work to solve our fiscal crisis and put our country back on track. As the former chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee, I am encouraged by David’s commitment to Georgia’s farmers and ranchers, and his promise to fight for their interests in the Senate. Georgians are tired of the ‘business-as-usual’ attitude from our dysfunctional federal government, and voting for David Perdue is the only way for Georgians to ensure that Harry Reid and Barack Obama do not continue their destructive agenda. I am proud to call him a friend, I’m proud to support him, and I urge all Georgians to get out and vote for him on November 4th.”
Senator Johnny Isakson: “Over the past few months, I have traveled around the state of Georgia with David Perdue, and I know what kind of Senator he will be. Georgia is proud of its strong military tradition, with numerous bases and thousands of men and women serving our country. Georgia deserves a Senator who will support this important mission. David Perdue cares about our veterans and service men and women, and will work for them when he gets to Washington. With the Obama administration’s failure to uphold their promise to our veterans, we can’t afford to send another loyal Obama and Harry Reid supporter to Washington. In the Senate, David will be a great colleague as part of a Republican Majority. Together, we will work to honor promises made to our veterans, and ensure that all Georgians have a brighter future. But for David to get to the Senate, we first need to vote for him in this critical election. I encourage all Georgians to vote for David Perdue on November 4th.”