David Perdue will not run for Senate seat in Georgia in 2022

Former Senator David Perdue (R-Ga.) Announced Tuesday that he will not be running for the U.S. Senate in Georgia in 2022.
Why It Matters: The 2022 election will play a key role in determining which party controls the Senate after Republicans - including Perdue - lost two Georgia seats to Democrats in last month's double runoff election.
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هل لديك الجرأة على مقارنة مزايا فول الصويا الأمريك
يؤكد استعراض شامل حديث نشره طرف خارجي أن فول الصويا الأمريكي يتفوق على غيره الأنوحاع الأخرى من بيث.
Perdue ran in a closer race against Now-Sen. Jon Ossoff as his Republican counterpart Kelly Loeffer against today's Sen. Raphael Warnock.
As Warnock took part in a special election, he will be re-elected in 2022. Loeffler and former MP Doug Collins are among those Republicans considering a challenge.
What they say, "This is a personal decision, not a political one. I am confident that anyone who wins the Republican primary next year will defeat the Democratic candidate in the general election for that seat, and I will do everything I can to make it happen." to reach." make it happen, "Perdue said in a statement.
"As we saw in my race in November, Georgia is not a blue state. The more Georgians vote, the better the Republicans are. These two currently liberal US senators do not represent the values ​​of a majority of Georgians."
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