Walker: ‘We Put Up One Heck Of A Fight’ Following Loss To Warnock In GA Senate Runoff

Walker: 'we put up one heck of a fight' following loss to warnock in ga senate runoff

NBC News published this video item, entitled “Walker: ‘We Put Up One Heck Of A Fight’ Following Loss To Warnock In GA Senate Runoff” – below is their description.

In his concession speech, Herschel Walker thanked his supporters and donors, adding that his campaign put up “one heck of a fight” for Georgia’s hotly contested Senate seat. Walker encouraged Americans to continue to cast their votes in upcoming elections as he will “never stop fighting for Georgia.”

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