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

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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