Republicans Johnny Isakson and David Perdue, Georgia's two U.S senators, signaled their approval of both candidates in a joint press release.
“These are two great Georgians whom the president intends to nominate to serve as U.S. attorneys,” Isakson said. “I look forward to working with them as they go through the confirmation process in the Senate.”
The announcement comes a week after Trump named his picks to fill Georgia's vacant federal district judge positions.
A third Georgia-based U.S. attorney is expected to be named shortly by the White House. Columbia County-based lawyer Bobby Christine has been listed as a favorite to lead the state's Southern District, which stretches from Augusta through Savannah.
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