U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue visits Kathleen, prepares for runoff election

David Perdue visited Kathleen Saturday, eating some catfish and pushing for votes in Middle Georgia.
KATHLEEN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - U.S. Senate candidate David Perdue was back in Middle Georgia Saturday.

He stopped by Kathleen for a catfish fry.

He talked with with dozens of people about his beliefs.

Perdue is a businessman by trade.

He says his business experience can provide some fresh thought for Congress.

"It's a full-blown crisis," said Perdue. "And I think it was caused by our career-long politicians. I don't think we can trust them to fix it. This debt is outrageous, it's the greatest threat to our national security. I've got a 40-year background in business."

Perdue pointed out his opponent, Congressman Jack Kingston, is a career-long politician.

The primary run off vote is July 22nd.

"With only 10 people in the United States Senate who have any free enterprise experience, I just felt like we needed some fresh thought--somebody from the outside of the political world to go up and try to make a difference in this crisis," said Perdue.

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