While Kelly Loeffler is Leading on Coronavirus, Doug Collins Launches Campaign Fashion Line

ATLANTA – For weeks, Sen. Kelly Loeffler has worked to deliver relief to Georgians impacted by COVID-19 while her opponent, career politician Doug Collins, played politics. Loeffler secured critical funding, connected with business leaders and farmers, conducted numerous Tele Town Halls, and personally donated PPE to Phoebe Putney. Instead of lifting a finger to help those in need, Collins attacked state leaders, hosted virtual campaign events, put up yard signs, and touted his new line of campaign apparel.

“Even in the midst of a global pandemic, career politician Doug Collins can’t help himself from focusing on his own political self-interests and ignoring his constituents,” said Communications Director Stephen Lawson. “While Kelly Loeffler is working around the clock to deliver relief to families and businesses impacted by COVID-19, Doug Collins is holding political events, touting his latest line of campaign attire, and doing nothing for anyone but himself. As millions of Georgians are losing their jobs—Doug Collins is once again showing he only cares about his own.”

In the months since
COVID-19 began,
Kelly Loeffler:
  • Delivered $800 million for Georgia hospitals, $411 million for airports, $105 million for schools, and $16 million for public safety through the CARES Act
  • Held over 100 calls with businesses, community leaders, and elected officials, and other constituents
  • Assisted in securing over 30,000 SBA loans for Georgia business owners through the Paycheck Protection Program
  • Hosted multiple statewide tele town halls to deliver COVID-19 updates
  • Created a COVID-19 website dedicated to assisting constituents
  • Personally donated $1 million to Phoebe Putney Hospital and rescued stranded Georgians
In the months since
COVID-19 began,
Doug Collins:
  • Held over 3 hours’ worth of Facebook Live campaign events to rail against his opponents.
  • Launched a campaign clothing line.
  • Routinely attacked Georgia leaders for their COVID-19 efforts in national, state, and local media
Stephen Lawson
Communications Director