Report: Former Republican Senator from Georgia suffers from mild stroke

Former US Senator Saxby ChamblissClarence (Saxby) Saxby Chambers is the battle for a majority in the Georgia Senate. (R-Ga.) He suffered a mild stroke at his home earlier this week but was reported to be in stable condition.

The Chambliss family spokeswoman, Lauren Clavy Tomlinson, issued a statement saying that the former senator was “doing well”, according to Report from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

“On Tuesday, Senator Shambles suffered a minor stroke and was rushed to Grady Hospital for treatment. He is receiving excellent care at the renowned Marcus Stroke and Neuroscience Center,” Tomlinson said.

The spokeswoman added, “He is fine, resting comfortably, and looking forward to a full recovery. Saxby and his wife Julian thank everyone for their good wishes and prayers during this time.”

Chambliss, 77, was a member of the US House of Representatives from 1995-2003 before representing Georgia in the Senate from 2002 to 2015.

His successor in the Senate is the Senator. David PurdueDavid Purdue Oseff shutting off Loeffler’s criticism of Warnock: She was “ campaigning with a guy from Clansman ” Jeff Stein: A fight over direct K payments, putting enormous pressure ‘on the Republican caucus. Kemp rejected Trump’s call to resign and called it a’ distraction ‘More (Right), who is facing his Democratic opponent, John Usoff, in the run-off election scheduled for next Tuesday.

Purdue issued a statement about the former senator, saying that he and his wife Bonnie “prayed for Saxby Chambers”. WMAZ reported by local network CBS.

“He and his wife Julian were two dear friends, true public servants of the people of Georgia. We wish Sackby a speedy recovery and keep his entire family in our thoughts and prayers,” Purdue added.

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