“The out-of-state money is crazy,” said Mr. Price, whose vacated congressional seat is up for grabs on Tuesday.Link to more
Following Mr. Price, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, the former Georgia governor, was even more direct. “I know some of you out there, some Republicans may even be turned off by our president,” said Mr. Perdue, before making the case for his boss.
The two Trump cabinet secretaries, both Georgia Republicans, had unwittingly revealed the twin hurdles standing in Ms. Handel’s path heading into Tuesday’s election: Democratic enthusiasm is soaring across the country while the sort of pastel-and-Polo-clad Republicans who reside in this district are uneasy about what they see in Washington and have decidedly mixed views of President Trump.
Sunday, June 18, 2017
NYT: High-Stakes Referendum on Trump Takes Shape in a Georgia Special Election
"Taking the stage in a half-filled airplane hangar to rally supporters of Republican candidate Karen Handel, Health Secretary Tom Price could not help but point to the record-shattering surge of liberal money that has flooded into the special House race here."