Former Sen. David Perdue (R) lamented divisions within the Georgia Republican Party and expressed concern about the direction of the state as he weighs a primary challenge to Gov. Brian Kemp (R) next year, The Hill reports.
Perdue acknowledged that his phone has been “blowing up” with calls on the subject.
He added: “We have a divided party in Georgia right now. Forget about me. It’s divided. And they feel like that — a lot of people feel like people in power haven’t fought for them and, you know, caved in to a lot of things back in 2020 that didn’t have to be done. And so there’s a lot of talk about it, a lot of rumor about it.”
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