President Trump to hold MAGA rally in Georgia Sunday
President Donald Trump will hold a rally in Macon, Georgia, Sunday afternoon to support gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp, Rep. Karen Handel, and Rep. Rob Woodall who all hold single-digit leads over their opponents.
Republican candidate Brian Kemp holds a slim 2-point lead over Democrat challenger Stacey Abrams in the latest poll.
Stacey Abrams voted against campus carry, is likely to support a ban on popular firearms and has only received D’s and F’s from the NRA for her opposition to gun rights. The rest of her positions sound like something straight from New York City.
Georgia’s 6th Congressional District House Seat
Karen Handel holds a slim 4-point lead over Democrat challenger Lucy McBeth in the only poll taken in the district.
Lucy McBeth would support a “public option” which would give direct control of citizen’s healthcare to the government and would be funded by taxpayer money, which the government is already spending all of.
Lucy McBeth is a staunch anti-gun rights candidate who supports the banning of firearms for anyone under the age of 21 and would vote to prevent concealed carry reciprocity. The NRA gives her a failing grade for her opposition to Second Amendment freedoms.
The rest of her public positions are weasel-worded, carefully-concocted, political babble. She’s a progressive Democrat which tells voters all they need to know. She will come for your gun rights, health care, and money, and then she will turn most of that over to illegal aliens.
These are not Georgia’s values, these are New York, San Francisco and Washington D.C. values.
Georgia’s 7th Congressional District House Seat
Republican incumbent Congressman Rob Woodall holds a 6-point lead over Democrat challenger Carolyn Bourdeaux in the only poll taken in the contest.
Carolyn Bourdeaux is a staunch anti-gun rights candidate who supports the banning of popular firearms and government restrictions on magazines. The NRA gives her a failing grade for her opposition to Second Amendment freedoms.
Bourdeaux uses a carefully-worded statement to hide her true position on immigration. “Comprehensive immigration reform” and “path to citizenship” are sprinkled throughout her public comments mirroring the wordsmithing found on most left-wing extreme candidates campaign sites.
Bourdeaux is a progressive extremist and if given a shot in Congress will support a gun ban, magazine ban, firearms accessories bans and would vote to give amnesty to illegal aliens.
Bourdeaux sounds more like someone from Massachusetts than someone from Georgia.
Location, times and tickets
The rally begins at 4 p.m. EST, doors open at 1 p.m. and tickets are available HERE.
Middle Georgia Regional Airport
100 East Drive
Macon, GA 31216