EXCLUSIVE: Former Warnock opponent implores high turnout in Georgia Senate runoff to propel Walker to victory

MILTON, Ga. – EXCLUSIVE: Former Republican Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler is imploring Georgians to turn out in large numbers for the Dec. 6 runoff election between incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and GOP nominee Herschel Walker.

In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital following a Walker campaign rally in Milton, Georgia, Loeffler, who narrowly lost to Warnock in her own runoff election in January 2021, emphasized that turnout will be key to propel Walker to victory, and she touted his performance on Election Day despite the massive advantage in spending by Democrats on the race.

“I’m all in for Herschel. Herschel has been working so hard. He’s going to stand up and defend our Georgia values, our American values. He’s working every day, so I’m right there alongside of him making sure that we get the vote out,” Loeffler said when asked why she decided to get back out on the campaign trail to stump for Walker.

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Former Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler campaigns for Republican Senate nominee Herschel Walker during a rally on Nov. 21, 2022, in Milton, Georgia. (Jessica McGowan/Getty Images)

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