Sen. Loeffler on Georgia emerging as unlikely battleground in 2020

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"There is tremendous momentum" for Republicans in Georgia with the November election less than three weeks away, Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., told "Sunday Morning Futures" in an exclusive interview.
"There is tremendous momentum" for Republicans in Georgia with the November election less than three weeks away, Sen. Kelly Loeffler, R-Ga., told "Sunday Morning Futures" in an exclusive interview.

Loeffler acknowledged on Sunday that Georgia is "a battleground state."

"We are ground zero for this election," She said. "I mean, the American dream is on the ballot."

"What we're looking at is a stark choice between economic opportunity, prosperity, and the American dream, or the Democrats agenda that is so radical, gloom and doom that would keep us locked down," she continued.

Loeffler went on to say that she thinks Georgians are going to "make sure" that President Trump "gets re-elected and the road to the Senate majority runs through Georgia right here through my seat."

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Republicans currently control the Senate with 53 seats to Democrats' 47. To take control of the chamber, Democrats need a net gain of four seats (or three seats and the vice presidency).

Loeffler is running for a full term to the U.S. Senate in a November 3 special election. The businesswoman was appointed to the U.S. Senate by Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp last December to succeed the retiring Johnny Isakson, who left…
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