The GOP’s second primary debate for the Georgia Senate race will be short one major candidate again.
Herschel Walker will skip the second debate, just as he decided not to participate in the first debate on April 9, drawing criticism from his rivals. Walker said during an interview with Georgia radio station WDUN-AM in mid-April that his opponents were jealous of him because he’s “going to win that seat.”
“They can’t win it, so they’re going to the old politics where people are tired of that,” Walker said. “They want what people are going to do for their state of Georgia, and they can’t do anything but complain.”
Walker, who is expected to win the GOP primary, led Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) 51.4% to 41% in a survey of 2,500 registered voters conducted during the first half of April.
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SOURCE: Washington Examiner, Asher Notheis