Georgia Senate Races Too Close To Call – Warnock Declares Victory

The Georgia Senate runoffs have been a disaster for Republicans.

Using the same tactics of mail-in ballots they used in November, Democrats managed to flood the election. Raphael Warnock has already declared victory.

The other race is too close to call, meaning that Democrats will produce enough votes to win.

Newsmax reports:

Ga. Shocker: Warnock Beats Loeffler, Perdue Race Too Close to Call

Democrat Raphael Warnock edged ahead of incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler in one of Georgia’s two Senate runoffs on Tuesday, lifting the party’s hopes for retaking the chamber from the GOP.

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Late Tuesday night, Newsmax and partner Decision HQ made the call for Warnock.

Jon Ossoff, the Democrat seeking to unseat Sen. David Perdue, picked up more than 112,000 votes from DeKalb County outside Atlanta, narrowing the incumbent’s lead to about 3,000 votes. About 95% of the vote had been counted.

The two Georgia runoff races will determine control of the U.S. Senate and the fate of President-elect Joe Biden’s agenda and inspired record-breaking turnout and intense national interest under the specter of President Donald Trump’s push to overturn his Nov. 3 loss…

The ongoing results were reminiscent of the November election, which Trump appeared to be winning early in the night before Biden ultimately won with about 12,000 more votes out of 5 million cast.

Does this sound familiar?

How did the Republicans allow this to happen again?

They knew the Democrats would use the same tricks they used in November.

 

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