GOP #GASEN Candidates Oppose Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal for Georgia

July 28, 2021

As the U.S. Senate reaches bipartisan agreement on an infrastructure deal that would create good-paying jobs in Georgia and bring much-needed investment to communities across the state, every potential and declared Republican candidate vying for Georgia’s Senate seat opposes the plan.

  • Herschel Walker stands with the former president, who has come out against the bipartisan infrastructure plan.
  • Rep. Buddy Carter — who has said he’ll run for Senate if Walker bows out — opposes the infrastructure plan that would invest in Georgia’s roads, ports, and bridges.
  • Failed politician Kelly Loeffler opposes the widely popular infrastructure plan, calling it a “disastrous bill.”

“The GOP candidates in this messy primary were quick to oppose a bipartisan infrastructure package that would strengthen our communities and invest in Georgia’s workers,” said Dan Gottlieb, spokesman for the Democratic Party of Georgia. “By standing against this agreement, the Republican candidates are admitting they’re against creating millions of good-paying jobs, helping Georgia businesses grow and compete in the global economy, and investing in Georgia’s crumbling infrastructure — like roads, bridges, public transit, water pipes, and broadband.” 


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