Georgia Lt. Gov Geoff Duncan (R)has told CNN’s John Berman that he did not vote for either Republican Herschel Walker or Sen. Raphael Warnock (D) in the state’s Senate runoff.
He noted that he waited in line to vote with everyone and after an hour of waiting, he was given what he considered to be the “most disappointing ballot I’ve ever stared at in my entire life since I started voting.”
He added that he could not find anything that made sense to him regarding either of the two candidates and so he ended up not voting for either one.
Duncan has previously been a big critic of former President Trump, who he says is to blame for the lackluster midterm results. He also added that Walker had not previously managed to win his vote.
Following last month’s midterm election, neither Warnock nor Walker managed to win a majority outright. At the time Duncan, who did not run for reelection this year, urged Walked in a CNN op-ed to make three phone calls. The first one should be to Trump, who he should add to not campaign with him in the runoff. The second one should be to ask for Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp’s (R) support. And the third one should be to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) who had an incredibly successful run in his own midterm elections in Florida.