The Georgia Senate runoff elections are ramping up as parts of the country are hunkering down while COVID-19 spreads through some communities.
Democratic challengers Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock have adjusted their campaign schedules amid the pandemic. The pair, who often hit the hustings together, are hosting outdoor, physically distanced events as other states reintroduce restrictions before Thanksgiving.
And Republican incumbents, Sens. David Perdue and appointed Kelly Loeffler, are contrasting their approach to Democratic fears regarding the novel coronavirus.
“I want to reopen our economy. I want to ensure Georgia small businesses and workers have relief,” Loeffler tweeted Wednesday. “Democrats