The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports:
Former U.S. Sen. David Perdue wasn’t planning to jump in the race for Georgia governor so soon. But Democrat Stacey Abrams scrambled his schedule when she made the leap last week, presenting the Republican with a gut-check moment about whether to also challenge Gov. Brian Kemp.
He also added more context to his claim that Kemp “caved” to Democrats in the last election cycle by not catering to the demands of Trump and other Republicans who promoted false claims of widespread election fraud. Perdue said he wouldn’t have certified the results, a step Kemp has long said he was bound by law to carry out.
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In an @ajc interview David Perdue
— endorses referendum for Buckhead cityhood
— says he pushed Kemp to call a special session before Jan. 5 runoffs
— says he wouldn’t have certified elex results
— says @staceyabrams “forced my hand.” #gapol https://t.co/jgYc8H3Ori
— Greg Bluestein (@bluestein) December 8, 2021