The primary between the two Republican leaders will set up a blockbuster contest in one of the most politically-competitive states in the country.
"I think the candidate to watch — and I hope he gets in — is former Senator David Perdue," Hannity said, arguing that he would fare well against Stacey Abrams.
Kemp blasted his former opponent's entry into the gubernatorial race, tweeting that if Abrams was at the helm of government, "Georgia would have shut down."
In her announcement, Abrams said she was running "because opportunity in our state shouldn't be determined by zip code, background or access to power."
In North Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, former President Trump has played an outsized role in boosting candidates that have earned his endorsement.
Trump boosters are now driving the agenda within local GOP chapters, especially as the former president continues to tease a potential 2024 campaign.
"His posture is not relevant to the work that I'm doing or to the positions I take," Abrams said of Trump's invocation of her name at GOP rallies.
Biden announced on a new rule on Thursday requiring large employers to mandate that their workers be fully vaccinated or face weekly COVID tests.
Kemp said Biden needed to push harder to allow the FDA to upgrade its emergency authorization for the COVID-19 vaccines to full approval.
One family's experience with COVID-19 lays out the emotional, physical, and economic toll of the pandemic, especially for communities of color.
At an Ohio rally, Trump continued to take digs at Kemp, who has fallen out of favor with the former president over Georgia's 2020 results.
Many Republicans in the state feel lingering resentment toward Kemp over his certification of President Joe Biden's electoral win.
The governors who certify election results and choose to sign or veto election bills that come to their desks will be in the hot seat next year.
"This divisive, anti-American agenda has no place in Georgia classrooms," Kemp said about critical race theory.
Critics of the MLB's boycott of Atlanta following new voting laws claim it will cost Black-owned businesses $100 million.
Kemp said that Democratic-led jurisdictions in the state "need to do a better job of running their elections and moving people through the lines."
MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred said that the decision to move the All-Star Game and MLB Draft was "the best way to demonstrate our values as a sport."