Yesterday, media reports suggested Rep. Doug Collins, President Trump’s choice to fill the seat of ex-GOP Sen. Johnny Isakson, will challenge GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler, Georgia Gov. Kemp’s actual selection:

A Collins-Loeffler competition in the special election, however, could flip the seat to Dems:

Here’s why: Basically the special election is a jungle primary and the top two vote-getters go to a runoff:

There’s a bipartisan push in the state to change the rules before the election:

But Gov. Kemp, an obvious Loeffler fan, has the power to keep that from happening:

Now, this does have us asking questions regarding just how real the fight between Sen. Leffler and Sen. Romney over witnesses really is:

To be continued. . .