The midterm elections are just around the corner. And Republicans are pulling out all the stops to reclaim Congress.
Battles for control of the Senate are getting intense. In Georgia, Democrats are scrambling to maintain their hold onto one of their seats.
But a new poll shows that Democrat Warnock might be in big trouble.
Trump-endorsed Republican candidate Herschel Walker has taken a two-point lead over incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) in the Georgia senate race, according to an Emerson College poll released Tuesday.
Walker’s two-point lead (46 to 44 percent) is within the margin of error, but it is a positive sign for the Republicans’ chances of retaking the Senate in November…
George Republicans faced serious setbacks in 2020 when Democrats took both Senate seats. The long-time conservative state was taking a beating from radical socialists who were in charge of urban counties.
Raphael Warnock will be fighting for his seat this November. The radical Democrat has voted with Biden 100% of the time–making him partly responsible for the current crises.
The liberal-leaning media, though, has given him better odds at keeping his seat than his Republican rival.
But in a new poll, Trump-backed Herschel Walker has taken a slim lead. This is a big switch from recent polls that suggested Warnock was a shoo-in.
Warnock could be facing an uphill battle for re-election. The Democrat has been criticized for doubling his income while in office.
Meanwhile, Walker is a political newcomer with the backing of Donald Trump. Although new to the arena, the fact that he has a lead over the Democrat is significant.
But the battle will come down to the wire, even with Georgia’s recent improvements to election integrity.
Be ready for surprises as Democrats do everything in their power to swing things in their favor.
- Herschel Walker has a 2-point lead over his Democrat rival for the Georgia Senate seat.
- Democrat Raphael Warnock is mired in controversy over his personal wealth.
- Walker is a former NFL star who enjoys an endorsement from Donald Trump.