Republican Activist Scott Presler Heads to Georgia for Senate Runoff, Previously Bolstered Florida Republicans

November 16, 2022 Updated 3:08 PM ET

Republican activist Scott Presler prepares to travel to Georgia to help elect Herschel Walker to the U.S. Senate.
Republican activist Scott Presler prepares to travel to Georgia to help elect Herschel Walker to the U.S. Senate.

COBB COUNTY, Ga. (FLV) – Republican activist Scott Presler is heading to Georgia ahead of a heated Senate runoff between Democrat Senator Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker, which is set to take place on Dec. 6, 2022.

Presler has been known for his relentless work traveling across the nation registering thousands of conservatives to vote, giving speeches, grassroots efforts to get President Donald Trump elected in 2020, and organizing volunteer trash cleanups in Democrat-run cities.

Now he has a new mission: to get Hershel Walker elected.

Walker finished Nov. 8’s general election just under 40,000 votes, or under 1%, below Warnock.

“We’ll do a training in Cobb County & then deploy. We’ve recruited hundreds of door knockers across Georgia,” he Tweeted.

He is also encouraging Republicans to sign up as an Election Day Workers in Georgia.

Previously, Pressler traveled to Florida to encourage people to register as Republicans. Since his tour, Republicans have continued to make gains over Democrats in party registration, presently holding a lead of around 300,000 voters.

In 2023, he plans to “teach conservatives how to register voters & run for office. I’m also going to create a presentation on ballot harvesting. Game on.”

Former President Donald Trump and Gov. Ron DeSantis have both called for voters to support Walker.

“We have this Georgia runoff coming, which is very important for republicans to win that Georgia runoff,” said DeSantis.

DeSantis was asked about a “GOP Civil War” at a press conference and said people need to “chill out,” explaining the country is just coming off the last election.

Georgia is one Senate race that has not yet been lost and serves as hope for Republicans aiming to minimize Democrat control of the Senate and potentially improve their chances and margins of taking the chamber in 2024, which is set to be a GOP-friendly map.

If Republicans win in Georgia, the Senate would again be split 50-50.

Presler made an appearance on the Patriot Talk Show in April to discuss Republicans going after Disney and the future of the GOP.

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