Georgia's senior U.S. Senator David Perdue brought his Win Georgia, Save America campaign to Fannin County last Tuesday, December 8. Perdue, who is seeking re-election in the January 5 runoff, quoted Ronald Reagan when he told supporters, "Freedom is just one generation away from extinction." Here, he greets a member of the next generation, Khloe Robinson, as her father, Jeremiah, looks on.
U.S. Senator David Purdue, facing a January 5 runoff election to retain his seat, met with supporters, signed autographs and had pictures made when his "Win Georgia, Save America" campaign came to Fannin County last week.
Sonny Perdue told the Win Georgia crowd, it's time to "whip 'em like dogs in January."
Supporters of Win Georgia, Save America were invited to sign U.S. Senator David Perdue's bus when it stopped in Fannin County.
U.S. Senator David Purdue, with his wife, Bonnie, at his side, makes one of several points during his "Win Georgia, Save America" campaign that stopped in Fannin County last week.
David Perdue warned a crowd of supporters, “Freedom is just one generation away from extinction,” when he brought his “Win Georgia, Save America” tour to Fannin County Wednesday, December 9.
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