Forced to run on his unpopular and reckless record, Roll Call lists Perdue as among top vulnerable senators in the country
Atlanta — Yesterday, Roll Call announced their list of the most vulnerable senators up for re-election in 2020 and no surprise: Senator David Perdue made the cut. Perdue’s seat was previously featured by Roll Call as one of the top Senate races to determine control of the chamber at the beginning of the year while Georgia continues to be cited as a critical battleground state this cycle.
Given his record of putting his special interest backers first and his habit of turning his back on Georgia families, Perdue’s vulnerability should come as no shock. In the past few years alone, his record includes:
Perdue has spent his time in Washington looking out for himself and his special interest allies. Now going into 2020, he has nothing to show for his time in the Senate except for a record that leaves him vulnerable in the next election.
“From his reckless support of a tax giveaway to big corporations and the richest 1% to his repeated pushes to gut protections for pre-existing conditions, Senator Perdue shows time and time again he is out-of-touch with Georgia voters,” said Alex Floyd, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “In 2020, Georgians are ready to elect a new champion for them who will focus on their priorities, not a harmful agenda backed by Washington special interests.”
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