Next Tuesday’s primaries take the midterms into the Deep South, including the much-anticipated showdown between Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and Trump-backed challenger David Perdue.
In the latest episode of “Inside the Forecast,” Steve Shepard explains why — despite incurring the former president’s enmity after the 2020 election — Kemp is heavily favored to beat Perdue, the former senator, in the polls, setting up a “Toss-Up” rematch against Democrat Stacey Abrams. Meanwhile, Tuesday’s Georgia primary is likely to solidify another clash of two titans this fall: Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker.
Meanwhile, in neighboring Alabama, three GOP candidates are battling it out for two spots in
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