According to the New York Times, with 85% of the vote counted AAN is calling the Senate race for (D) Raphael Warnock.

Currently, Warnock has over 1,500,000 votes, totaling 50.26% of the vote. Large parts of largely blue areas such as Atlanta, Augusta, and Columbus are yet to be fully accounted for, and are expected to supply Warnock with the votes necessary to secure a win.




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DAVID
DAVID
1 month ago

I guess the gas prices and inflation are low in Georgia.

JOHN
JOHN
1 month ago
Reply to  DAVID

I;m afraid it is more like the people of Georgia are just plain stupid!!!!!

Robert Berger
Robert Berger
1 month ago
Reply to  DAVID

No. The cheating is high

jay jones
jay jones
1 month ago

The left has bought another race if the call is made for Warnock. Unbelievable voters would
fold and pick him. Again there was a opportunity to make a good change for what you
currently have …and blew it. Ya just don’t get it….probably never will…unfortunate for
Georgia….will just keep on keeping on running it into a ditch!!!!! To bad!!!!!!

Esther
Esther
1 month ago

Father, please let Herschel win. It doesn’t look good now, but YOU can change the results.