With $5.7 Million Left Over, Perdue Tees Up For 2022

Perdue Is Weighing A 2022 Run Against Warnock. If Republicans Succeed In Flipping Just One Seat In Their Favor, They Will Regain A Majority In The Chamber, Breaking The Democrats’ Governing Trifecta.

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Small Donors Ruled 2020; Will That Change Post-Trump?

Small Donors Played A Pivotal Role In Financing Both Democratic And Republican Campaigns In The 2020 Election. And With Donald Trump Currently Taking A Break From Politics and Joe Biden Settling In At The White House, It Remains Unclear Whether Small Donations Will Continue To Pour In For Either Party.

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Losers In Expensive Senate Contests Still Have Plenty Of Cash

As Congressional Candidates Raked In Record Sums Of Campaign Cash In Extraordinarily Expensive 2020 Election, They Experienced A Unique Problem: Too Much Money & Not Enough Time To Spend It. The Losers In The 10 Most Expensive 2020 Senate Races Still Had Combined $35.3 Million In The Bank In Unspent Campaign Cash.

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Impact Of Corporate PAC Promises May Be Limited

Some Of The Nation’s Most Powerful Corporations Are Cutting Off Their PAC Donations To The 147 Republicans Who Objected To The Electoral College Results. The Movement Represents A Symbolic Break Between Corporate America And GOP Lawmakers But The Actual Impact Of These Company’s Pledges May Be Limited.

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Big Tech Rallies Behind Biden

Employees At Big Tech Companies, Including Google Parent Alphabet And Facebook, Funneled Millions Of Dollars Into Democrats’ Campaigns During The 2020 Election Cycle — A Move That Could Pay Off For Conglomerates Hoping To Stymie The Implementation Of Internet Regulation.

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Loeffler Concedes In Georgia U.S. Senate Runoff, Vows To ‘Stay In This Fight For Freedom’

Democrat Warnock Received 50.91% Of The Vote, Beating Republican Loeffler By 81,260 Votes In A Race Where Nearly 4.5 Million Votes Were Cast.

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Democrat Ossoff Declared Winner Over Perdue In Georgia U.S. Senate Runoff Election

Associated Press Declares Democrat Jon Ossoff Winner Over Republican Perdue In One Of Two U.S. Senate Runoff Elections In Georgia After Prior Declaration For The Win Of Democrat Warnock Over Republican Loeffler.

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Democrat Warnock Declares Victory In Georgia; Perdue-Ossoff Too Close To Call

If Democrat Warnock retains his lead and Republican Perdue finds enough votes to surpass Ossoff, the Republicans will retain control of the chamber, 51-49. If Democrats win both elections, the chamber will be split, 50-50, with Democrat and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris holding the tiebreaker vote.

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