Senator David Perdue To Represent All Georgians In U.S. Senate

MACON, GA – U.S. Senator David Perdue (R-GA) today participated in a ceremonial swearing-in bringing together family, friends, supporters, and community leaders in Georgia.



“It is truly humbling that the people of Georgia have tasked me to represent them and their interests in the United States Senate. I am ready to get to work with our senior Senator Johnny Isakson and my other colleagues in order to make the Senate functional again. The time of bickering is over, and the time for solutions is now.


“The federal government has often acted with the best intentions, but the results have been disastrous for Georgia families. As a result of these bad policies, our economy continues to lurch along, healthcare is more expensive and harder to access, and our kids and grandkids have been left with a mountain of debt. I will bring a fresh perspective and sense of urgency to the Senate and fight every day to get our economy moving again and to get Washington out of the way of hardworking Georgians.”

The ceremony was conducted at the W.A. Bootle Federal Courthouse in Macon, Georgia. Chief Judge Clay Land presided over the ceremony. Former Governor Sonny Perdue and other members of Senator Perdue’s family were also in attendance.

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