Loeffler and her top Republican rival, U.S. Rep. Doug Collins, have competed over who more staunchly opposes abortion rights. Perdue, too, has a carved out a record opposing abortion in the Senate – and registered a 0% score from NARAL.
Like other top Georgia Democrats, Ossoff and Warnock have promised to oppose anti-abortion restrictions and push for more funding to lower Georgia’s maternal mortality rate.
Ossoff, who owns an investigative journalism firm, won the Democratic nomination in June to face Perdue.
Warnock, the pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church, is trying to cement himself as the leading Democrat among 20 candidates challenging Loeffler in a November special election.