Regardless of whether Perdue wins or loses his runoff on Tuesday, he cannot vote in the Electoral College count session in which at least 11 Republican senators said they would oppose Biden's victory.
Days before the Georgia runoffs, incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue released an op-ed attacking his opponent Jon Ossoff.
With just days until the runoff, GOP Senator Kelly Loeffler is trailing Democrat Raphael Warnock in the polls.
GOP candidates Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue face off against Democratic challengers Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff on Tuesday.
Early voter turnout favored Black and traditionally Democratic areas, but Election Day numbers historically back the Senate Republicans.
Two runoff elections in Georgia on January 5 will decide control of the U.S. Senate for the next two years.
Contributions from California supporters topped those each candidate received from any other U.S. state between mid-October and mid-December.
"These seats are the last line of defense to save America and protect all that we have accomplished," President Donald Trump said at a December Republican campaign event.
Two users stated, "You will never get a penny from us Georgia Patriots. NEVER", and "WE need YOU to stand with President Trump you traitor B!"
Kemp called the disputes over the results of the presidential election "a distraction" from Georgia's Senate runoffs next month.
"She is stooping to these vicious personal attacks to distract from the fact that she's been campaigning with a former member of the Ku Klux Klan," Ossoff said.
The former House speaker said he would "beg" Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell "to bring up the $2,000 payment as a freestanding, independent vote."
"It's simple," Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders tweeted Tuesday, "no vote, no new year's break for Senators."
The poll was released shortly after Ossoff and Warnock hammered their Republican opponents for not backing the congressional fight to give $2,000 checks to economically impacted Americans.
Recent polls are mixed, with some showing the Republican incumbent in the lead and others putting the Democratic challenger narrowly ahead.
Loeffler And Perdue are in position to end this battle right now, but they're backing McConnell's power-play instead.
Georgia senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue said they agree with President Donald Trump that qualifying Americans should receive $2,000 stimulus payments instead of the $600 payments included in the new coronavirus relief package.
"I think it's going to continue to be close," Trafalgar Group founder Robert Cahaly told Newsweek.
"The American people are desperate," the Vermont senator said, "and the Senate has got to do its job before leaving town."
Senator "David Perdue didn't even want the first round of stimulus checks," tweeted Georgia Democrat Senate candidate Jon Ossoff on Monday.
"We are seeing turnout rates that are incredible for the state of Georgia," the Democratic activist and organizer said.
Lin Wood shared a plan to boycott Georgia's upcoming Senate runoff race, and hinted at arresting GOP Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue.
The January 5 contests—Loeffler vs. Warnock and David Perdue versus Jon Ossoff—will determine which party has majority control of the U.S. Senate in the next Congress.
Overall, both Democrats combined outraised their opponents by $78.1 million, according to Bloomberg. Each of the candidate's filings include money raised in the general election and the runoffs.
The outcome of the January 5 special election will determine the balance of power in the U.S. Senate.
"Even Donald Trump agrees that a $600 relief check is totally inadequate. But @KLoeffler still won't step up to deliver real relief to Georgia families," Raphael Warnock tweeted.
Democrat leaders have gravitated to Trump's proposal, but it leaves Republican leaders in a quandary.
Georgia's two runoff Senate elections are expected to be a close race where every vote matters.
Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are ahead in the high-stakes Georgia runoff races that will determine which party controls the Senate.
Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff took advantage of Facebook lifting its ban on political ads in their Senate campaigns.