Former Georgia governor Stacey Abrams said on Sunday that the state’s Democratic Senate candidates could “completely” win the sprint and topple the Senate for Democratic control. .
CNN’s Jake TapperJacob (Jake) Paul Tapper Memo: Trump shows up as the tide moves towards Biden CNN̵7;s Dana Bash: Trump loss in Arizona will be the ‘last laugh of John McCain’ Biden, Trump raising hopes of victory first Election day MORE noted with Abrams on “State of the Union” that overtaking races often have a lower turnout rate than the general election and President TrumpDonald John Trump Mary Trump celebrates the Biden-Harris victory: ‘Coming to America. Thanks, boys’ Biden gave thanks to black Americans during his winning speech: ‘You always support me, and I’ll be your present’ Biden vows to heal the divided country MORE will not take the lead in voter mobilization.
But Abrams expressed confidence that Democrats have a chance of winning in both Senate races in Georgia have turned to voting elections.
“I want to get rid of this outdated notion that we can’t win in Georgia,” she said.
Abrams said the outflow election had two Democratic candidates, Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock, who will “work together to get certain voters back.” She added that the races would have more support from the Democrats due to their ability to control the Senate.
“This will be the deciding factor in whether we have access to health care and justice in the United States,” she said. “Those are two issues that will make people inevitably turn around.”
“We knew this would be an uphill battle,” she said. “It will be a competitive war.”
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She labeled Ossoff and Warnock “two men will be sure joe BidenJoe BidenMary Trump celebrates the Biden-Harris victory: ‘Come to America. Thanks, boys’ Biden gave thanks to black Americans during his winning speech: ‘You always support me, and I’ll be your present’ Biden vows to heal the divided country MORE has the leadership, support, and duties of Congress that he needs to move this country forward ”.
Abrams’ interview comes after Biden’s expected victory in Saturday’s 2020 presidential election.
Democrats would have control in the House and the White House, but the Senate would still be ready to take it when Ossoff once again faced Sen. David PerdueDavid Perdue: The elongated vote count ends at the Biden victory. (R) and Warnock will play against Sen. Kelly LoefflerKelly Loeffler Voter Count ends with Biden Rick Scott’s Biden Scott run for Senate GOP campaign group chair How a bound Senate can lead to a divided America MORE (R) on January 5.