NFL legend Herschel Walker entered the political ring by running as a GOP Georgia senator. He is running against progressive activist Raphael Warnock, who won a runoff race in January 2021.
Warnock was able to win, thanks to the anger and confusion that still lingered over the 2020 Election. But it’s safe to say the people are Georgia are not impressed with this leftist.
Because the black conservative is beating Warnock by 10 points.
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From The Washington Examiner:
In a survey of 2,500 registered voters, Walker led Warnock 51.4% to 41%, with 7.6% undecided. The senator’s problem appears to be President Joe Biden, whose job approval rating in this poll was 43.8% overall and 41.9% among independent voters. Voter dissatisfaction with Biden in turn generated a generic Senate ballot that preferred an unnamed Republican over an unnamed Democrat by a margin of 51.9% to 40%.
Ouch, that’s gotta hurt. Political newcomer, Herschel Walker is leading incumbent Sen. Warnock by 10 points. This is the most recent and most detailed poll taken in Georgia so far.
We shouldn’t be surprised by this turn of events. Despite what the left says, Georgia is a conservative state.
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And residents are becoming increasingly tired of Democrats’ love of far-left policies. Warnock, and his support of failed “President” Joe Biden, is not immune to this.
Walker, on the other hand, is a respected figure who enjoys the support of Donald Trump. He is promising to reject the political corruption of D.C. and put Americans first.
The fact he is leading by so much, so early on, is a great sign. As we get closer to the election, those numbers might get even better—as he spends more time campaigning.
This is consistent with what we’ve been seeing all across the country. Voters are sick and tired of Democrat leadership.
They are giving Biden a staggeringly low approval. And voters blame the rest of the party for all the pain and misfortune they have experienced in recent years.