Keep America America Action Fund Pushes for GOP Victory in Georgia Runoff
KAAAF Completed 6-Day Bus Tour Through Georgia in Mid-December
Washington, DC (January 4, 2021) — The Keep America America Action Fund (KAAAF) is continuing to push hard for a Republican victory in the Georgia runoff. The runoff is Tuesday, January 5. In mid-December, KAAAF undertook two bus tours through Georgia to rally support for Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. The buses stopped in 20 different cities and traveled almost 5,700 miles over six days.
KAAAF President Elaine Parker released the following statement:
“We are continuing to build momentum for a Republican victory on Tuesday. For almost a month, KAAAF has been on the ground in Georgia – educating and motivating voters about the stakes in this election. We completed two bus tours and we saw first-hand the growing enthusiasm for our cause. To ‘keep America America,’ we need to ‘keep Georgia Georgia.’ Senators Perdue and Loeffler are strong, reliable conservatives. If they win, Republicans will maintain control of the Senate and be an important check on Democratic power. If Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock prevail, the Democrats will have total control of the government and will advance a far-left agenda that will sink our economy and make America unrecognizable. The eyes of America are on Georgia; we are ‘all-in’ for a Republican victory.”
The first Georgia bus tour, led by Ms. Parker, highlighted the Republican Senators’ commitment to prosperity and pro-growth policies, in contrast to the socialist ideas supported by their competitors, Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock. The second bus toured with Club for Growth’s (CFG) Save America coalition and featured Dr. Tom Price and other Georgia doctors. The Georgia doctors support a Senate resolution introduced by Senators Perdue and Loeffler expressing the continued need for common sense solutions to improve healthcare for all Americans. Their Senate resolution mirrors “Healthcare for You” – a seven-point framework for personalized healthcare reform.