Georgia gubernatorial candidate David Perdue announced a tele-rally with President Trump on Monday ahead of the GOP primary in May.
Supporters can call into the rally on Monday, May 2, at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Perdue is challenging Gov. Brian Kemp, R-Ga., for the Peach State’s Republican nomination on May 24. The winner will then go head-to-head with the Democrat opponent in November’s gubernatorial election.
Trump has continually criticized Kemp, calling him “a very weak” governor, especially on election integrity matters.
However, the president has expressed immense support for the former Georgia senator, saying Perdue is “a fearless and outstanding conservative leader” and the “ONLY” candidate suited to defeat the radical Democrats come November.
Georgia is currently under tremendous scrutiny over voter discrepancies in the 2020 election, which Kemp has failed to address.
The Georgia State Election Board recently issued multiple subpoenas to uncover more information related to reports of a massive ballot trafficking scheme. True the Vote’s film with Dinesh D’Souza, “2000 Mules,” revealing evidence of alleged organized ballot trafficking in six key states, including Georgia, will premier on May 7.
Georgians will closely watch the Republican primary as Americans attempt to oust “RINO” Kemp out of office and elect a solid Republican leader.