Kim Hoggard On The Race That Could Make Or Break Biden

Two months after the US presidential election, voters in Georgia will determine how much President-elect Joe Biden will be able to accomplish during his first two years in the White House, with two Senate runoff’s concluding in the Southern state today.

No candidate in either of Georgia’s Senate races won a majority of the vote on Nov. 3rd, which triggered the current runoff for both seats. Control of the Senate now hinges on the outcome of these two races.

To discuss the current state of play, Tina Quinn spoke with former US Government Official, Kim Hoggard, who served as the White House Assistant Press Secretary for President Ronald Reagan and Deputy Assistant to then Secretary of State, James A Baker, during the administration of George H.W. Bush.

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