Former Republican Senator David Perdue of Georgia ran for office in 2022 against Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock.
Warnock defeated nominated Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler in a January 5 runoff election to fill the remainder of a vacated period of six years.
Perdue lost his own run-off election on January 5 against Democratic Senator Jon Ossoff, who will only run for re-election until 2026.
Perdues tab tipped the Senate’s balance sheet to Democrats. The 50-50 Senate is led by Democrats with Vice President Kamala Harris breaking ties.
The former senator submitted for re-election with the Federal Election Commission, but did not send a statement to Twitter Monday night. His previous campaign page is inactive.
Perdue served a term in the Senate and lost re-election in the midst of a bitter fall from the November 3 election.
President Biden narrowly won Georgia, but former President Donald Trump claimed it was the result of fraud and slapped the state’s GOP governor and foreign minister.
Perdue, 71, is a former outsourcing expert and former CEO of Dollar General. His cousin, Sonny Perdue, is a former governor of Georgia who served as Trump’s secretary of agriculture.
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