It's the second in a series of ads that are part of a $2.6 million buy. Loeffler unveiled the first ad last week, touting her support for President Donald Trump and opposition to impeachment as she tried to quickly boost her name recognition.
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It was part of her effort to woo conservatives - and potentially ward off a run by U.S. Rep. Doug Collins - weeks after she was sworn into office.
She’s under even more intense pressure now that Collins is planning a challenge. The Gainesville lawmaker was at the statehouse on Tuesday to deliver the day’s invocation – and court support from Georgia conservatives.
Loeffler has pledged to spend at least $20 million on her November race to fill the remaining two years of retired U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson's term, but the race was jolted Monday when The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported of Collins' bid.
Several Democrats are also planning to run for the seat, a special election free-for-all with no primary to filter out nominees. Matt Lieberman, an entrepreneur, and former federal prosecutor Ed Tarver, plan to qualify. And the Rev. Raphael Warnock is set to soon enter the race.
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