Two polls in Georgia will decide who controls the US Senate in January. But so far the only outside groups rushing to back their candidates are aligned with the two Republicans vying for the seats.
Since polling day, GOP spenders have lost nearly $ 2 million supporting the senses. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, or by attacking their Democratic opponents, Reverend Raphael Warnock and former congressional candidate Jon Ossoff. And one much more Republican spending is just around the corner. But so far not a single Democratic group has reported independent spending in either race since the second round has become inevitable.
There are almost eight weeks left before Georgian voters decide who their next US senators will be. And while some high-value Democratic donors say they plan to rally on behalf of their party’s candidates, they face a potential onslaught of Republican money in the race. The Democrats’ slow start, which appears to be due to political exhaustion – as my colleagues at the Daily Beast have pointed out – compounds the structural drawbacks they already face. It is also a blow to the party’s chances of controlling both houses of Congress in January as well as the White House.
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