Donald Trump Jr. is the new face of a super PAC launched by his close advisors, which aims to sway his father's supporters in Georgia to vote in the two Senate runoff elections there in January.
Save the U.S. Senate PAC will start airing commercials this week featuring Don Jr. front-and-center, a person familiar with the plans told Politico, as Republicans grow more concerned that President Donald Trump's supporters will boycott the elections over increased fears of fraud.
Ahead of the January 5 vote in Georgia, which will ultimately decide which party controls the Senate, Don Jr. will be front and center in a series of television and radio commercials only aired on conserative stations to reach and mobilize Trump supporters in the Peach State.
The super PAC will spend hundreds of thousands to run the ads statewide starting with radio and later this week focusing on television and digital ads with the president's eldest son, who also served as a campaign adviser and surrogate.
Jamestown Associates, which also made commercials for the president's campaign, were hired to produce the ads.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Save the U.S. Senate PAC was formed and will be overseen by Andy Surabianand Taylor Budowich, both aids to Don Jr. who also served as senior advisers to the Trump reelection campaign.
All focus is turning to Georgia as the two runoff races will decide how the next two years in Washington run.
Donald Trump Jr. will be featured in a series of ads for the new super PAC Save the U.S. Senate, aimed at mobilizing his father's supporters to vote in the two upcoming Georgia runoff elections
Republicans are concerned that Trump's rhetoric toward election integrity in Georgia will deter voters from turning out for the elections that will determine which party controls the Senate
Trump supporters in Georgia have started talking online about boycotting the elections, claiming Republicans are not doing enough to intervene in what they believe was an unfair presidential election process there
Georgia's Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue were both up for reelection November 3, and neither earned the 50 per cent popular vote needed to avoid a runoff.
Loeffler will face Democrat Raphael Warnock and Perude is up against Democratic rival Jon Ossoff.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Senate election results currently sits at 46 Democrats and 50 Republicans with the two Georgia seats still up for grabs – both independent Senators Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Angus King