The latest: Perdue says he won’t necessarily accept election results

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Former senator David Perdue (R-Ga.) said that if he loses in the Republican primary to Gov. Brian Kemp, he won’t necessarily accept the results.
Asked by a reporter Monday, Perdue replied, “Depends on if there’s fraud or not.”
Perdue has the endorsement of Donald Trump and has, throughout his campaign, echoed the former president’s false allegations of widespread voter fraud. Kemp was the focus of Trump’s ire in Georgia after he refused to help Trump overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in the battleground state. A vengeful Trump has pumped money into Perdue’s campaign while calling Kemp a “turncoat” and a “coward.”
Perdue, after making the comment on fraud, told reporters he’d support the Republican nominee for governor because his end goal is “making sure” Stacey Abrams, the likely Democratic nominee for governor, isn’t elected.
There is no evidence that there was voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Ironically, in 2018, Democrats accused Kemp of thinly veiled attempts to suppress the votes of minorities after he narrowly won that year’s gubernatorial election after purging more than a million voters from the rolls as Georgia’s secretary of state. Kemp claimed that he did so to lower the odds of voter fraud. He beat Abrams in that election.
During his time as secretary of state, Kemp made voter fraud his top issue, launching a Stop Voter Fraud website and hotline shortly after assuming office in January 2010 and quickly emerging as a major proponent of voter ID bills.

 

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Former senator David Perdue (R-Ga.) said that if he loses in the Republican primary to Gov. Brian Kemp, he won’t necessarily accept the results.
Asked by a reporter Monday, Perdue replied, “Depends on if there’s fraud or not.”
Perdue has the endorsement of Donald Trump and has, throughout his campaign, echoed the former president’s false allegations of widespread voter fraud. Kemp was the focus of Trump’s ire in Georgia after he refused to help Trump overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election in the battleground state. A vengeful Trump has pumped money into Perdue’s campaign while calling Kemp a “turncoat” and a “coward.”
Perdue, after making the comment on fraud, told reporters he’d support the Republican nominee for governor because his end goal is “making sure” Stacey Abrams, the likely Democratic nominee for governor, isn’t elected.
There is no evidence that there was voter fraud in the 2020 election.
Ironically, in 2018, Democrats accused Kemp of thinly veiled attempts to suppress the votes of minorities after he narrowly won that year’s gubernatorial election after purging more than a million voters from the rolls as Georgia’s secretary of state. Kemp claimed that he did so to lower the odds of voter fraud. He beat Abrams in that election.
During his time as secretary of state, Kemp made voter fraud his top issue, launching a Stop Voter Fraud website and hotline shortly after assuming office in January 2010 and quickly emerging as a major proponent of voter ID bills.

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