“Former Sen. David Perdue (R) wasn’t planning to jump in the race for Georgia governor so soon. But Stacey Abrams (D) scrambled his schedule when she made the leap last week, presenting the Republican with a gut-check moment,” the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Said Perdue: “When Stacey Abrams announced, it forced my hand, honestly. I was conflicted The last thing I want to do is run a campaign, but on the other hand, I can’t see the state go down this road that Stacey Abrams wants to go down. Kemp has failed to unite the party, and he can’t defeat her.”Save to Favorites