"With your help, your voice and critically your vote, Georgia—Georgia will save America," Ivanka Trump said at a rally in the state.
"Georgia just voted out the politics of hate, bigotry and anger, and chose the clear path for better lives for all Georgians, not just the filthy rich, not just the privileged few," the ad says.
Loeffler leads Raphael Warnock by 6 points among likely voters. Perdue had a slimmer advantage, leading Jon Ossoff by 2 points.
Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler had a slight edge over Democratic challenger Reverend Raphael Warnock in the most recent poll, but on average, the two candidates are tied.
True the Vote said Friday the electoral challenges would "help ensure only legal, eligible votes are counted in Georgia's January 5 runoff elections."
At a rally in Georgia, Pence urged voters to cast ballots in the election because a Republican-controlled Senate was vital to keeping Pelosi and Schumer from "trampling on our values."
The Emerson College poll has 52 percent of suburban voters saying they'd vote for GOP Senator David Perdue, compared with 47 percent for Democrat Jon Ossoff.
The Republican senator's home state of Georgia narrowly voted in favor of the president-elect.
"We could see the election of America's first Marxist senator in this country, right here in Georgia," Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) said during a Wednesday night appearance on Fox News.
Some House Republicans are planning to challenge the electors during the Senate and House joint session to count the votes on January 6. The House members will need one GOP senator to join them in their efforts to overturn the results, which would cause both chambers to meet separately to consider those objections.
Early voting for the two Georgia Senate runoffs began on December 14. The elections' outcomes will determine who controls the Senate.
The poll, which was conducted by InsiderAdvatnage/WAGA-TV, found 49 percent of respondents saying they'd vote for Perdue if the state's Senate runoff election were held today, while 48 percent chose Ossoff.
"The Braves' name honors our nation's Native American heritage, which should not be erased — and under no circumstances should one of the most celebrated teams in sports cave to the demands of the cancel culture and the radical left," the senators said in a statement on Monday.
"Though I've told the Republican Party to stop focusing on me and instead direct their energies to winning the Senate runoffs, clearly they haven't listened," Brad Raffensperger wrote on Twitter.
"We are the last line of defense against this radical leftist agenda that the Democrats are trying to perpetrate on America," Perdue said this week.
Loeffler and Perdue said the "lack of transparency" from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's office threatened the "integrity of our elections."
"This should be a problem for the Kelly Loeffler campaign, but it's hard to say right now," wrote political and sports commentator Keith Olbermann.
The victim reportedly suffered head wounds as a result of the physical altercation, which took place during a rally supporting Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
"We promised that if the GOP did not do everything in their power to keep Trump in office, then we would destroy the GOP," far right commentator Nick Fuentes shouted.
In response to Perdue's tweet on debating in Georgia, Ocasio-Cortez grills the senator on "curiously well-timed stocks" traded during his term.
Among the signees in the letter were people who have criticized Warnock for his views on abortion.
Senator Loeffler trailed Reverend Warnock in the November election, but without Representative Doug Collins in the running, she may be able to gain his supporters' votes.
The two Democratic challengers are so far outspending the Republican incumbents in Georgia.
The poll found Ossoff leading Perdue by two points, as 48 percent of respondents sided with the Democrat and 46 percent backed the Republican.
Republicans want Latinos in Georgia to know their opponents are socialists. Democratic Senate candidates wants Latino voters to know who they are and that only they will provide COVID financial relief. Both are up against the clock when it comes to critical Spanish-language outreach.
The South Carolina senator discussed January's runoff elections and their implications for Congress during an appearance on "The Mike Gallagher Show."
If Perdue sold his home above market value, experts say it would be a violation of ethics by providing an opportunity for favoritism among those with business before the Senate committee.
"David Shafer and the Georgia GOP need to stop passing the buck for failing to deliver Georgia for Trump and actually focus on getting out the vote in January," Georgia's deputy secretary of state said of the lawsuit.
A spokesperson for Georgia's Republican attorney general said the Texas lawsuit is "constitutionally, legally and factually wrong."