Georgia Dem Candidate’s Financial Tied to Anti-Democracy Chinese Company

The twin Jan. 5 runoffs in Geor­gia that will decide the bal­ance of the Sen­ate will be some of the most expen­sive leg­isla­tive races of all time, if not the most expensive.

Accord­ing to The Wall Street Jour­nal, the Nation­al Repub­li­can Sen­a­to­r­i­al Com­mit­tee had, in part­ner­ship with the cam­paigns of Sens. Kel­ly Loef­fler and David Per­due, raised over $32.6 mil­lion in the six days lead­ing up to Thurs­day. The Demo­c­ra­t­ic Sen­a­to­r­i­al Cam­paign Com­mit­tee didn’t give their fundrais­ing num­bers, but a PAC run by Geor­gia Demo­c­rat Stacey Abrams raised $9.8 million.

Even before it became clear that Per­due hadn’t achieved 50 per­cent of the vote and would face Demo­c­rat Jon Ossoff in Jan­u­ary, CNBC report­ed that both par­ties would spend upwards of $100 mil­lion on the race. Iron­ic, then, that a fair share of that fundrais­ing haul on the Demo­c­rat side will be spent in an attempt to wall­pa­per over a $5,000 donation.


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