David Alfred Perdue Jr. is a Republican Party member and a candidate for the 2022 Governor of Georgia elections. Perdue has previously served from 2015 to 2021 as United States Senator from Georgia.
About David Perdue
Apart from politics, Perdue is a business executive too.
Perdue served as a management consultant, senior vice president, and finally CEO for Reebok. He worked at high positions in many companies like PillowTex.
In 2014, Perdue won his first seat as a US Senator against Michelle Nunn. Later, when he ran for reelection in 2020, both the candidates received less than 50% votes. This led to a runoff election between Perdue and Jon Ossoff. Perdue was defeated on January 6, 2021, and conceded on January 8, 2021.
Currently, Perdue is running for the 2022 Georgia Gubernatorial election.
David Perdue election party
David Perdue is a Republican Party member. Backed by Trump, Perdue is set to run for the 2022 Georgia elections.
David Perdue campaign details
David Perdue’s election campaign focuses on several issues. There is an official website of the movement which talks about different topics.
The first consideration is given to teaching in COVID 19 situation. Also, the security and safety of the citizens are a priority.
Another big topic is the economy. By praising their previous tenure’s work, the campaign promises to boost the economy further.
Safety, law and order, healthcare, national defense, agriculture, bipartisanship, infrastructure, etc., are other issues raised in the campaign.
David Perdue Political Career
In the 2014 US Senate election campaign, Perdue shared his business experience. He said, “We added about 2,200 stores, created almost 20,000 jobs and doubled the value of that company in a brief period. Not because of me, but because we listened to our customers and employees.”
Perdue’s campaign faced heavy penalties. The campaign paid a fine of $30,000.
David Perdue mocked Kamala Harris, the Democratic Party’s Vice President. He repeatedly mispronounced her name during an event. The journalists at the event were aware that Perdue knew how to pronounce Kamala Harris’ name. On this, Perdue’s spokesman said, “Senator Perdue mispronounced Senator Harris’s name, and he didn’t mean anything by it.
A close ally of Trump
Being a Republican Party member, Perdue is Trump’s close ally in the Senate. Firstly, he publicized Trump’s tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum. It was the only public criticism by David Perdue of Trump’s policy. Anyhow, he supported after that.
Later he went to a meeting at the white house on January 11, 2018. Trump called Haiti, El Salvador, and African countries “shithole nations.”
Also, Trump said that the United States should not take immigrants from these countries.