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WASHINGTON, D.C. —Today, Senate Majority PAC affiliated groups, Georgia Honor and The Georgia Way, are expanding their Georgia television reservations by nearly $6 million and will begin airing two new ads in Georgia’s competitive U.S. Senate runoff elections this week.
The new television ads continue to target Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue for profiting off the pandemic while blocking COVID-19 relief for Georgia’s small businesses and workers. The new ads come as Perdue is hit with new allegations of insider trading and Loeffler comes under fire for soliciting campaign donations on government property, with both now facing ethics complaints. A ProPublica investigation also found that Sen. Perdue had pushed for an obscure tax break that would have benefitted his wealthiest donors, including Kelly Loeffler.
“Each day comes with new revelations about the web of corruption that Georgia’s Republican Senators find themselves tangled in,”said SMP President J.B. Poersch. “Georgians deserve to know that Senators Loeffler and Perdue have been serving themselves instead of the small businesses and workers hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic. Their corrupt, self-dealing behavior has hurt too many Georgia families at a time when they need help the most.”
SMP’s new spending builds off of its previous $4.5 million in television buy and $500,000 in digital advertising announced last week. SMP and affiliated organizations have been on the ground in Georgia since early fall, spending $16 million in the general election to persuade and mobilize Black voters and register new voters in partnership with local allies in Georgia, and that work continues ahead of January.
JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO: “Kelly Loeffler…not elected but appointed.”
VOICEOVER: “And her corruption is hurting us.”
JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO: “They knew the market was going to tank and they sold based on that inside information.”
VO: “She was protecting her stock portfolio while our economy collapsed. And telling us there was no COVID threat while not delivering needed small business relief and unemployment funds. Hurting our economy and costing us jobs.”
JUDGE JEANINE PIRRO: “Folks this woman is knee-deep in the swamp, and she just got there.”
“Cashed In” Transcript:
VOICEOVER: “He lied to us.”
PERDUE: “The risk of this virus still remains low.”
VO: “All while David Perdue cashed in. The same day his committee got a closed-door briefing, Perdue bought stock in a maker of masks and gloves. And went on to make 383 individual stock trades worth up to 14 million dollars. Now Perdue’s blocking help for small businesses and stopping stimulus checks for Georgians. David Perdue: He’s never been for you.”