When it comes to Georgia politics, no debate is more polarizing than the one held this week.
It is a contest that has been a source of national attention and debate over the past few years, with the stakes set to rise dramatically in the coming weeks.
Georgia will have two candidates vying for the Republican nomination for president in 2020.
One is former Georgia governor Sonny Perdue and the other is former U.S. Sen. Saxby Chambliss.
Georgia is one of two states that do not have a Democratic or a Republican president.
The other, Mississippi, is a winner of two consecutive elections to the White House, and has a Republican governor and Republican House Speaker.
The Republican Party has historically supported Republican candidates, but has not yet taken a firm stand on who should be the party’s nominee.
It appears the party is leaning toward a candidate from the former Democratic presidential nominee, former Massachusetts Gov.
The candidates vying to be the Republican nominee have been sparring for months on issues including the economy, abortion and immigration.
Perdue, the Republican incumbent, has been criticized by his opponents for the economic policies he championed during his time in office.
Performances and coverage of the debate have been lackluster for Perdue.
He has said he is a fiscal conservative who has a hard time understanding why his policies are unpopular.
Chambliss, the Democratic challenger, has said she has not seen Perdue’s tax cuts or the budget that Perdue proposes and believes he has been more of a soft on crime and more focused on immigration.
In the past, the candidates have had their disagreements.
Perdue clashed with Chamblis about immigration reform, and Chambli accused Perdue of trying to win the vote of African-American voters.
The debate will be moderated by CNN’s Jim Acosta and CNN’s Candy Crowley, as well as host Anderson Cooper.
Person and Chamblei are scheduled to speak at the event.
The Georgia Republican Party did not immediately respond to a request for comment.