GOP candidate for Georgia Senate faces GOP backlash for his support for corporatist agenda

A new ad released this week by the Republican candidate for the Georgia Senate has focused on his opposition to a plan to allow companies to hire workers from abroad.

“The GOP has a problem,” says the narrator in the ad, which ran in Atlanta on Monday.

“They can’t stand up for Georgia workers and the people of Georgia.”

The ad was released after the National Review reported on the proposal.

The National Review’s story, which cited three Republicans who had signed onto the bill, drew condemnation from Democratic leaders and a number of GOP lawmakers.

Georgia Senator Chris Van Hollen, a member of the Republican Party, said in a statement that “the plan would harm the very people that Republicans are supposed to be championing.”

The bill is still in the process of being debated in the Georgia legislature, and it’s not clear how it would affect the number of workers allowed to stay in Georgia.

A spokesperson for the Senate GOP leadership did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the ad.

“There’s a difference between making the world a better place and making it a better job,” the narrator says in the video.

The ad comes as Georgia is gearing up for the election, where Republican incumbents are facing off against Democratic challengers.

Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff is leading Ossofs Democratic opponent, former Georgia Secretary of State Karen Handel.

The Georgia House and Senate are currently in recess, and there’s not yet a winner in any of the races.