Sen. Kelly Loeffler is probably the least-known, highest profile politician in Georgia right now.
The financial services executive and Republican donor was appointed by Gov. Brian Kemp to fill the seat opened up by Sen. Johnny Isakson’s retirement at the end of 2019.
A political newcomer, she has quickly jumped into life in Washington and on the road stumping for votes in Georgia.
On Friday morning, Loefller called GPB News to discuss her transition, how she plans to convince Georgians to vote for her and why she wanted to run for elected office.