Following Veterans’ Day, a reminder of how Perdue has repeatedly put partisanship ahead of our servicemembers
Atlanta — Senator David Perdue has made a habit out of turning his back on our veterans and military families over his time in Washington. Instead of fighting for Georgia’s 88,000 active-duty servicemembers, Perdue has chosen again and again to put partisan politics and special interest groups ahead of Georgia’s veterans and military families.
As Americans across the country celebrated Veterans’ Day this week, here’s a reminder of how Perdue repeatedly ignored veterans groups and abandoned military families when they needed him most:
Standing by our veterans and military families requires more than words — it means fighting to make sure they have the support and resources they need. Instead, Perdue has time and time again abandoned our military families on critical issues that affect their well-being and weaken our national security.
“Senator Perdue has time and time again failed to stand up for our veterans and refused to do the right thing for our military families and the 88,000 active-duty servicemembers in Georgia,” said Alex Floyd, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “No matter what he says on the campaign trail, when push comes to shove it’s clear that Senator Perdue will side with his party leaders and special interest allies in Washington instead of doing what’s best for Georgia’s veterans and servicemembers.”
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