Newt’s World – Episode 168: Georgia Senate Runoffs

The two Georgia Senate runoffs between Republican David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock are some of the most important in modern history.  Because these two races will determine whether Republicans maintain the control of the Senate under a Biden Administration and a Pelosi House, or whether the radical left will control both the legislative and executive branches. Newt’s guest is Brian Robinson, Georgia Republican strategist.

Guest: Brian Robinson

History of GA Runoff Elections

1992 General Runoff Results – Georgia Secretary of State

U.S. Files Suit Against Georgia, Charging Bias in Election Laws – New York Times – August 10, 1990

Saxby Chambliss Wins Georgia Runoff – Politico – December 02, 2008

Louisiana Runoff Laws

Why Louisiana’s Voting System Is Unusual – New York Times – November 16, 1991

Georgia 2020 Election

In Georgia, Officials Are Investigating Hundreds of Cases of Double Voting – New York Times – September 08, 2020

2021 Georgia Runoff

Over 940,000 Request Absentee Ballots in Georgia Runoff – The Epoch Times

At Pro-Trump Georgia Rally, Lawyer Lin Wood Says Don’t Vote for GOP Senators in ‘Rigged’ Runoffs: ‘They’ve Not Earned It’ – Newsweek

Where Are Georgia’s Senate Candidates Getting All That Cash From? – Five Thirty-Eight

Georgia U.S. Senate Runoff Election Ad Spending Hits $101 Million – Ad Age

Georgia 2020 Senate Runoff Election Polls – 270ToWin

Georgia Suburbs

The Suburbs Helped Elect Biden. Can They Give Democrats the Senate, Too? – New York Times

Detailed Turnout Data Shows How Georgia Turned Blue – New York Times