Republicans in Georgia are focusing on keeping Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene below 50% on primary day and forcing her into a ballot.
“If we can get Marjorie on the ballot, I have a feeling that a lot of outside support will go straight to Jennifer once they realize, ‘Wow, this is really at stake,’” said Julie Conway, who runs a PAC, Value in. Elect women, which supports Strahan and other Republican women in the running for Congress.
“If you are one of the other five candidates in that race, your goal must be to finish second and keep Marjorie Taylor Greene under 50 percent,” said Republican Georgia consultant Chip Lake. “If you can do those two things, then you will live to fight another day.”
Marjorie Taylor Greene’s main opponents want to take her to a ballot where anything could happen
It is assumed that, since Greene represents a solidly red House borough, it is popular in its homeland, but the Greene borough has been drawn and some of its staunchest supporters have been replaced with black voters. This development doesn’t mean the Democrats could beat the congresswoman in November, but it opens the door to a potentially winning primary challenge.
Republicans opposing Marjorie Taylor Greene they think they have a chance to beat her in the ballot, but to test their theory, her opponents must first prevent Greene from getting a majority of the votes.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also a White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a BA in political science. His undergraduate work has focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform movements.
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