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Georgia Senate Runoffs: “Too Close To Call”

Tuesday’s Election Day in Georgia’s dual-Senate Runoff gave Peach State voters the power to determine the shape of the next U.S. Senate.

As of late Tuesday night, both races remained officially Too Close To Call.

GOP Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue are fighting to keep their seats against Democratic challengers The Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff, respectively.

If the Democrats win both seats, the Senate will be a 50-50 tie by party, meaning incoming VP Kamala Harris would have the tie-breaking vote for anything on the agenda. If just one of those seats remains in GOP hands, incoming President Joe Biden would have a more difficult time getting his cabinet nominees approved, and more difficulty pushing his own agenda.

Much of the vote from larger population centers in the state, such as Fulton and Dekalb counties, expected to take at least a couple of days before everything is counted.

953 MNC will follow the latest every hour with Fox News Radio.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley January 7, 2021 at 8:29 am

Golly gosh gee whillickers, the GA races had that same sudden spike in the Democrat tallies right after a pause in counting, just like we saw on November 3rd.

Free and fair elections are a thing of the past in this country.


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