Georgia senator snatches phone from student during campaign event
On Saturday, Sen. David Perdue (R-Ga.) took a constituent’s phone while he was campaigning for Brian Kemp for governor on Georgia Tech’s campus.
The constituent was with the Young Democratic Socialists of America at Georgia Tech (YDSAGT) and confronted Perdue about his support of Kemp, who is currently being sued by the Campaign Legal Center and Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law for holding up 53,000 voter registrations in the state of Georgia. Kemp, who is currently the Secretary of State of Georgia, is running against Stacey Abrams who, if she wins in November, will be the first African-American female governor in United States history.
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