Recent polls shave shown a GOP candidate for Georgia trailing his Democrat opponent, Senator Raphael Warnock, but in the last few days, the tide has shifted, giving Republican Herschel Walker the edge.
"The internal poll for Walker, released on Twitter by Moore Information Group, showed Walker in the lead by two points," reported Breitbart. "Walker led the poll with 46 percent compared to Warnock’s 44 percent. The poll also showed Chase Oliver, the libertarian candidate, with four percent."
Moore Information Group conducted the Georgia poll on behalf of the Walker's campaign.
"The internal Republican poll is one of the first polls to show Walker back in the lead after he faced twin scandals from the media in recent weeks," according to Breitbart.
"The left-wing Daily Beast published allegations claiming that Walker, vocally pro-life, paid for a woman’s abortion in 2009," reported Breitbart.
"Walker denied the Daily Beast story, calling it a 'flat-out-lie' and made an appearance on Fox News’s Hannity, saying, 'I can tell you right now, I never asked anyone to get an abortion. I never paid for an abortion, and it’s a lie.' This happened while the Republican candidate’s 23-year-old son, Christian, was lashing out on social media, accusing Walker of giving their family 'the middle finger,'" reported Breitbart.
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