“Catching up with U.S. Sen. David Perdue is no small feat”
“Interviews with Sen. Perdue are even harder to come by than an invite to a campaign event”
ATLANTA — Today, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution shined a light on former corporate CEO Senator David Perdue’s pattern of hiding from Georgia voters and the media. The AJC noted that “catching up” with Perdue is “no small feat,” and interviews with the Senate’s most prolific stock trader are “even harder to come by than an invite to a campaign event.” Yet, Perdue will sell access to meetings on his private island for a $7,500 contribution.
The scrutiny on Perdue’s frequent absence comes amid heavy criticism for Perdue’s shady stock trades in industries he oversees and the already “potentially tough decision” Trump’s most loyal senator has to make as he has refused to say whether he will override President Trump’s veto of the National Defense Authorization Act that includes a pay raise for our servicemembers.
“Senator Perdue is afraid to face Georgians because the more they learn about him, the more they understand his priority is only looking out for himself and his wealth,” said Braxton Brewington, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “Georgians won’t be voting for Perdue and more corruption in this runoff because he attempts to duck accountability at every turn.”