Nunn on U. S. Senate campaign stump in Macon
Nunn, a democrat is seeking a seat in the U.S. Senate. Election day is less than a week away and Nunn returned to Middle Georgia during her campaign tour.
Her supporters waived campaign signs, as she hugged and embraced local politicians and community leaders entering the Rookery restaurant on Cherry Street.
Once inside, she told the crowd she’s focused on improving Georgia’s education. Nunn said Middle Georgia is home for her.
“This is my place of birth and this is the place where I have my family roots and also we just have a message here, that I think is compelling to Middle Georgians,” said Nunn. “We’ve been talking about the importance of agriculture, we’ve been talking about the importance of the armed services committee, serving on the armed services committee and representing the nine military bases. By making sure that we are being good stewards of our incredible assets here in Georgia, that we contribute to our military.”
Nunn is facing Republican U.S. Senate candidate, David Perdue in the upcoming general election, on Tuesday Nov. 4th.
“David keeps wanting to make this election about other people, about running against the President, running against the other party,” added Nunn. “Ultimately this race is about a contest between David and me.”