Walker supporters gathering ahead of pivotal Senate race

ATLANTA — Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker made a quick campaign stop at the Marietta diner this morning.

Channel 2 will be live at his watch party at the College Football Hall of Fame in downtown Atlanta.

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It is also where Brian Kemp had his watch party during the primary election when he beat David Perdue.

Walker spent the morning trying to get his supporters to the polls.

He was in Cobb County Tuesday morning at a Marietta Diner.

He was joined by the President of the Conservative Faith and Freedom Coalition, Ralph Reed. They went to UGA at the same time.


Walker’s campaign has not let the press close to him over the past few weeks, but Tuesday morning, Walker did answer a few questions.

“We’re going out to win this election. So, I’m telling people to go out there and vote. That’s the reason right now I want everyone to get out and vote. The weather’s going to be good,” Walker said.

“I don’t regret anything that Raphael Warnock has done. I think he’s got regret. I think my team has done one heck of a job. To come in and do what they’ve done right now and all this money that’s been spent against them, they’ve done one heck of a job, and I’m so proud of my team,” Walker said.

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