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Donald Trump Jr to be featured in super PAC ads in Georgia Senate race aimed at mobilizing Trump voters

Added 11-30-20 10:29:02am EST - “Top aides to Donald Trump Jr. are launching a super PAC aimed at boosting GOP voter turnout in the Jan. 5 U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia, which will be key to which party controls the majority in the chamber in the next two…” - Foxnews.com

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Top aides to Donald Trump Jr. are launching a super PAC aimed at boosting GOP voter turnout in the Jan. 5 U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia, which will be key to which party controls the majority in the chamber in the next two years and whether Republicans have a say in President-elect Biden's agenda. 

The PAC was filed with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) on Friday. Its website says that its goal is to "Re-Elect Senators David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler." It is helmed by Taylor Budowich and Andy Surabian, who are aides to Donald Trump Jr., the son of the president who has been at the center of speculation that he could be planning to run for office in the future. 

A source in the group told Fox News its first ad will begin to run this week statewide on the radio in a six-figure buy. The ad will feature Donad Trump Jr., who is not involved in organizing the group but will star in its ads. 

"There is a critical role that must be played in both Georgia Senate runoffs: turning out the Trump vote," Surabian said in a statement. "We know from past midterms and special elections that the Trump voter is not guaranteed to every Republican candidate, which is why it’s vital to directly engage these voters and not take them for granted."

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