US Republican Senator Lindsey Graham (Lindsey Graham) and Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison (Jaime Harrison) held the second and final debate in the Senate showdown, which broke the fundraising record And attracted national attention
Graham and Harrison had a debate earlier this month. Harrison brought a plexiglass partition. He said that because Graham had recently contacted other GOP senators who were positive for the virus, he needed to shield the podium.
After Harrison expressed threats over similar concerns related to Graham’s possible exposure to the coronavirus and Graham’s refusal to retest the coronavirus, and cited the doctor’s guidance, the ensuing debate evolved into two back-to-backs. Interview. Harrison is expected to bring the divider to the debate on Friday night.
Graham acknowledged the arduous nature of the game. Although opinion polls show that Republicans draw some money on their own, some opinion polls show that it goes hand in hand. Graham raised about 67 million U.S. dollars, and third-quarter revenue was 28 million U.S. dollars, which is a quarterly record for any Republican Senate candidate. The third-party group invested more money, resulting in saturation of ads.
There has been an undercurrent in this battle to confirm Justice Amy Connie Barrett’s entry into the Supreme Court of the United States. As chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, Graham oversaw this controversial process, including committee votes without Democrats and Senate confirmations, which are largely partisan.
During the television hearing and media appearances to discuss the process, the process kept Graham national attention for several weeks. When Graham responded to reporters’ questions about his re-election contest on Capitol Hill, he supplemented the campaign donations. This comment caused an ethics complaint from the Democratic Party of South Carolina.
At the same time, Harrison portrays Graham as a professional politician who has been in Washington for a long time, a far cry from the lives of his voters.
Harrison also emphasized Graham’s previous opposition to the High Court nomination during the election year. Graham argued that “elections have consequences,” and he said that if given the opportunity, certain Democrats would do the same.
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