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Republicans in Georgia have recruited 8,000 volunteers to serve as poll watchers across the state during next week’s two Senate runoffs, party campaign officials tell The Post.
Sens. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) and David Perdue (R-Ga.), working alongside the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Republican National Committee and the Georgia Republican Party, got engaged in the volunteer recruitment effort to ensure that the Jan. 5 contest would be “safe and secure.”
The number of volunteers was first reported by Fox News.
The amount of volunteers is double the 4,000 Georgia Republicans who served as poll watchers during the state’s early voting period over the last two weeks.
“Georgians deserve total confidence in the fairness and accuracy of our state’s elections, and we’re thankful to the thousands of volunteers who will ensure that these runoffs are safe, secure, and that every legal vote is counted,” the two senators said in a statement to The Post.
“Georgia Republicans have already mobilized the most robust ground game and poll watching operation in the state’s history and are fully prepared to make certain that the integrity of next week’s elections will not be cast under a shadow of doubt,” they continued.
“Everything is on the line on Election Day – no Georgian should have to question the outcomes.”
All eyes have focused on the two Senate battles in Georgia. The current balance of the Senate is 50 Republicans and 48 Democrats, meaning that whichever way these two seats go will decide which party controls the upper chamber of Congress.
If Democrats were to win both seats and split the body evenly, tie votes would be broken by Kamala Harris in her capacity as vice president.
President-elect Joe Biden narrowly carried Georgia over President Trump, marking the first time a Democrat carried the Southern state since Bill Clinton defeated President George H.W. Bush in 1992.
Democratic strategists have said once-red Georgia is within reach for their party, but GOP analysts have argued it will be harder for the left to convince their voters to come out in an election without Trump on the ballot.