Atlanta-Republican Senator David Perdue and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff beat each other on Wednesday night, becoming a familiar taboo for their painful race: Perdue has repeatedly accused Ossoff He supported a radical socialist policy, while Osov slammed Pedou’s handling of the corona virus pandemic and the Republican Party. Efforts to overthrow the “Affordable Care Act.”
Perdue and Ossoff held their second game debate in Savannah. This result may affect the national influence of which party controls the Senate. Democrats hope that Osoff will allow the party to win its first victory in the U.S. Senate in Georgia since 2000.
Their attack on Wednesday reflected their first debate and the cover-up of two-party advertising on television in recent months.
“We are in a serious public health crisis. Osoff said this situation is getting out of control because Washington politicians have played down the crisis, ignored medicine, and destroyed doctors and scientists who knew what they were doing.”
“Now, we must take seriously defeating COVID and then make our economy recover again. If you leave it to the Democrats, they want us to be locked and remain locked,” Perdue replied, then falsely accused Osof Osov does not support the Green New Deal and social drugs.
“He will say and take any action to cover up this radical socialist agenda. The first thing that will bankrupt us is the Green New Deal and social drugs.” Perdue said.
“There is another senator with a slogan. But there is no substance, no truth, and no sense of personal responsibility,” Osov countered.
Democrats also accused Perdue of being a “liar” in the rapidly spreading video clips.
The two candidates also debated the recent Amy Coney Barrett (Amy Coney Barrett) confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court, gun laws and criminal justice reforms in the debate on Wednesday.
Libertarian Shane Hazel is also voting, which increases the possibility that Ossoff and Mords Ossoff may work overtime in the form of the final on January 5-if there is no candidate in 11 If you get more than 50% of the votes in a month, you need to do this.
Hazel, who was far behind in public voting, said on Twitter that he was not invited to participate in the debate held by WTOC-TV.
“If you are tired of what politicians are seeing here, you can choose.” Hazel said of going back and forth during the first debate between Perdue and Ossoff on October 12.
The initial debate was actually candidates from different locations due to the pandemic. The event on Wednesday night was the first debate between Perdue and Ossoff in person.
Perdue, 70, is a former business executive who is seeking re-election in the Senate. Ossoff, 33, leads a media company that investigates crime and corruption in news organizations. Hazel is a veteran and podcast host for the Marine Corps.
The debate was originally scheduled to take place on October 19, but the debate was postponed, so Perdue can return to Washington for a procedural vote on the coronavirus mitigation legislation supported by the GOP.
According to the Secretary of State’s Office, as of Wednesday, more than 3.4 million ballots had been made in Georgia.