FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday, January 4, 2021
Columbus,OH – Ohio Republicans have continued deploying large groups of conservative allies to Georgia to aid in the Senate races of Senators Loeffler and Perdue as they face runoff elections.
Tomorrow, Georgians will head to the ballot box to vote for their next United States Senators. It is imperative that Republicans maintain a majority in the Senate chamber and that Georgians hold the line to re-elect Loeffler and Perdue. Ohio Republicans have committed time, resources, and volunteers to ensure a win for conservative values and voters.
Ohio had the largest deployment of Young Republicans in the entire country, and was the second largest contributor to the Young Republican National Federation’s voter contact operation this past weekend, making more than 100,000 voter contacts.
Ohio Republican Party Chairman Jane Timken said, “As Republicans, we know what is at stake if Democrats manage to gain a majority in the United States Senate. Higher taxes, defunding police, and court-packing are just some of the radical agendas we can expect Democrats to pursue if Georgians do not hold the line on January 5th. After running one of the most effective ground games in the country in 2020, Ohio Republicans have remained committed to conservative causes and will continue to support our counterparts in Georgia as they fight for conservative values.”