Perdue wrote: “Even though we won the election, we have just reached 50% of Georgia’s rule. Now I want to congratulate the Democrats and my opponents on this decisive victory.” “Bonnie and I will continue to do good for us. Pray for nations and great nations. May God continue to bless Georgia and the United States of America.”
After a controversial campaign, Perdue did not mention Ossoff in his statement. Georgia asked the candidate to win 50% plus one vote to win the general election and Perdue failed to meet this deposit, forcing a duel between him and Ossoff.
Georgia was elected to the Ossoff U.S. Senate, and CNN expects Wednesday to give the U.S. Congress and the White House for the first time because Obama is in the office, a stark denial of President Donald Trump because he tried to overthrow his own loss of Democratic control.
Ossoff’s victory and fellow Georgia Democratic pastor Rafael Warnock overturned the Senate, giving the president-elect Biden’s power to promulgate a sweeping, free legislation and push through the cabinet nomination without Republican support. The party split in the Senate will be 50-50 with a tie-breaking vote for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
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