Georgia Senate Elections’ Second Round Early Voting Has Begun

The second round of Georgia’s upper house elections, which feature early voting this Saturday and match their candidate and incumbent, Raphael Warnock, against the Republican Herschel Walker, is where the Democrats aim to solidify their control of the Senate.

If Warnock wins, the Democrats will have an absolute majority, which is crucial when choosing the committees that would approve the judicial nominees that Joe Biden, the nation’s president, sought to make.

After the Republican Party complained that voting could not take place on Thanksgiving Day, the state Supreme Court agreed to allow early voting before the majority of the elections, which would be held on December 6. Thanks.

The Democratic Party retorted that the statute did not apply to runoff elections, such as this one, but only to primary and general elections.

This second round is held since on November 8 neither candidate received the majority of votes required to win the election outright. Official results show that Warnock won 49.4 percent of the vote against his rival’s 48.5 percent.

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