ATLANTA, Ga. (WTVM) - Senator David Perdue and his wife are currently quarantining ahead of the critical last few days ahead of Georgia’s pair of U.S. Senate elections.
The Republican senator is vying to hold onto his seat against Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff.
According to Perdue’s campaign, the senator and his wife came into close contact with someone on the campaign trail who tested positive for COVID-19.
Sen. Perdue says the future of America is on the line with his race and that of fellow Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler.
“You have a right to vote, but you also have a responsibility to vote. Our republic and our democracy depend on it and I implore you to please get out and vote on Tuesday. I am confident that when people realize what’s at stake, they’re going to get out and vote in record numbers,” said Sen. Perdue.
His challenger, Jon Ossoff, his campaigning in several Georgia cities, including Macon Sunday.