Paradeu declined an invitation to participate in the Dec. 6 debate with his Democratic rival, said Marilyn Ryan, president of the Atlanta Press Club, which is hosting two separate debates for both positions in the Senate.
Osof’s campaign told CNN that they have accepted the press club’s invitation, with Osof tweeting on Sunday that Sen. David Perdue thinks he’s not too timid to discuss me again. … Senator, come out and try to defend your record. I’m ready to go. “
“The runoff in Georgia is an extension of the Nov. 3 general election, where 52 percent of Georgians voted against John Osoff and his radical agenda. Perdu won first place, leaving Osof with more than 85,000 votes – in almost every other state, Parado Would have already been elected, “Purdue campaign manager Ben Fry told CNN in a statement on Sunday.
Ss Sophie responded to the debate during Sunday’s rally in the Atlanta suburbs by calling for “bare minimum” voters to expect from candidates.
But in the interview, Perdue acknowledged the victory of President-elect Joe Bean, and warned that, while Georgia’s two Senate seats would be reserved for the runoff, “the Democrats will act as the last line of defense against this liberal socialist agenda.”
“Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer will change the rules in the Senate,” he said in an interview with Fox Business on Sunday. Tiebreaker. “Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will cast a decisive vote in the Senate.
The Atlanta Press Club said the Loffler campaign and its challenger, the Rev. Raphael Warnock has also been invited to a separate discussion on the same day. Warner’s campaign has been temporarily agreed upon, while Loffler’s campaign has not yet been responded to.
This story has been updated with comments from both Pardu’s campaign and OSOF.
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