In case you missed it: We have postponed our GRA President’s Dinner until next year after Democrat U.S. Senator Raphael Warnock accepted Republican nominee Herschel Walker‘s challenge to a debate the same evening of Friday, October 14th at 7:00pm. The debate will take place in Savannah, the city where Warnock was born. Walker was born not far from there in Wrightsville, Georgia.
We want you to be able to watch this political debate live so you can be informed about which of the candidates running best represents the principles of the Republican Party. Libertarian Party nominee Chase Oliver has also qualified for the Nov. 8 general election, and we would recommend learning about his platform as well. We also realize that many of our members are activist volunteers in many campaign efforts, and we don’t want to distract from their important work.
Tune into the debate between Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock this coming Friday evening at any of the following television networks:
In any campaign for U.S. Senate, a Republican candidate needs to appeal to strong conservatives—including fiscal conservatives! When Republicans are in control of the White House and Congress, the National Debt should be going DOWN—not up slower! When Republicans in the U.S. Senate vote to expand the size and spending of the federal government, they disenchant many conservatives who then vote third-party. If we want to win, remember the lesson of 2020 and don’t make this mistake again, Republicans!
This news chart suggests that many who would normally vote for the Republican voted third-party after seeing how the Republican U.S. Senator voted repeatedly for increased deficit spending and other fiscally irresponsible policies: