Both Senate seats in Georgia are up for grabs in next month's historic election, one that could see Democrats wrest control of not only the White House, but the House and Senate as well.
Many executives in Georgia's commercial real estate industry are throwing their financial support behind Republican candidates for both seats in an effort to keep the Senate in Republican hands as a potential check against Democrats who could yank back some favored tax programs if they ascend to the White House.
“There may be some [Biden] tax policies in place that real estate investors would find really troubling,” University of Georgia Professor of Political Science Charles Bullock said. “Controlling the Senate may be an insurance policy, or it may be the…
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