Governor of Georgia Brian kempBrian Kemp Republicans see Trump’s weakening as a topic of conversation Democrat Remington plans to invest 0M in Georgia arms factory, research center Ben Shapiro’s media company sues Biden administration over vaccine mandate MORE The (R) campaign launched a minute-long video ad on Monday in an effort to garner support from conservatives and independents ahead of its 2022 re-election bid.
“The last three years, Georgia has been tested in ways we could never imagine,” said the the video says. “And it was up to Governor Brian Kemp to successfully lead us through these difficult times.”
Then the ad touts Georgia as the top state for businesses with the lowest unemployment rate in state history, while also saying that Kemp supports law enforcement.
“Kemp has always supported the Blues, preventing the radical left from withdrawing funds from the local police,” the announcement adds before praising an electoral integrity bill passed by the governor, as well as his handling of the economy during the pandemic. .
At present, Kemp is yet to face any major opponents in his re-election campaign, but he is preparing for what could become one of the most difficult elections in the country with a possible primary challenge from the former senator. David PerdueSenate Republican Party Fears Trump May Derail Majority Bid The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented By Facebook – Democrats Have So Many Hurdles Ahead Perdue Reflects On Primary Challenge Against Kemp In Georgia: Report MORE (R) and a possible rematch for the governor’s mansion with Democrat Stacey Abrams, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Perdue’s possible career would be influenced by loyalty to the former President TrumpDonald Trump Stoltenberg Says The Jan. 6 Siege Was An Attack On “ NATO Core Values ” Christie Says Her Only Regret About Preparing Trump’s Debate Is Catching The COVID Woman Who Invaded The Sea- a-Lake Trump deported to China MORE, who has criticized Kemp for refusing to illegally revoke the results of the presidential elections. Trump has repeatedly urged Perdue to run for governor, the Journal-Constitution said.
Former Speaker of the US House of Representatives Newt gingrichNewton (Newt) Leroy GingrichMORE (R-Ga.) Wrote a blog post last week saying Georgia needed a “unifier” like Perdue in office.
“The closest parallel Georgia has to Glenn youngkinGlenn Youngkin Republicans Have Biggest Lead in Midterm Voting Preferences in 40 Years: Meet the Red State Governor Poll Democrats should nominate in 2024 instead of Biden or Harris Youngkin should pave a post-Trump path for the Party Republican MORE “It’s David Perdue,” the blog said, comparing it to the Virginia gubernatorial race in which the former governor. Terry McAuliffeTerry McAuliffeBiden’s Weaknesses and Strengths, Both on Display Democrats Bend Extreme: New Plans Could Wipe Out Essential Energy Infrastructure 10 Takeaways from Virginia’s Election MORE (D) lost to the Republican candidate, Youngkin.
“Like Youngkin, Perdue can unite the rank and file of Trump and Republicans, independents and moderate Democrats who will find Stacey Abrams too radical,” added Gingrich’s post.
The Journal-Constitution also reported that it was unclear when Perdue would possibly make his career official, but noted that his advisers said he had made private calls to operatives and donors to prepare for a possible campaign.