U.S. Sen. David Perdue is also expected to release a positive statement about Loeffler, as is U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter of Savannah.
The absence, or silence, of other Georgia politicos will send a calculated message. Several U.S. House members and state elected officials would not immediately indicate whether they’d back Loeffler or stay on the sidelines.
Some are likely to take the more measured approach of U.S. Rep. Drew Ferguson, R-West Point, who said through a spokesman he looks forward to meeting Loeffler, “learning more about her and her positions” and working to improve the state -- but didn’t offer her his endorsement.
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