GEORGIA — Governor hopeful David Perdue has additional support as Sarah Palin endorsed him for Governor of Georgia on Wednesday.
Palin, former governor of Alaska will join Perdue at a press conference in Savannah on Friday, May 20.
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“The far left is destroying our country, and we need leaders like David Perdue who will stand up against the Democrats’ radical socialist agenda,” Palin said. “The choice in this race is about who can beat Stacey Abrams in November.”
Palin said she supports Perdue because she believes he is the only candidate capable of defeating Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams.
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“I believe David is the only candidate who can win the fight against Abrams, and that’s why I’m proud to endorse him,” she said. “David is an America First fighter with a proven record of results, and he will be an outstanding Governor of Georgia. Early voting is underway, and I encourage all Georgians to get out and vote for David.”
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Perdue, who has also been endorsed by former President Donald Trump will be joined by Palin on the campaign trail on Friday at Sheltair Aviation in Savannah.
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