Georgia’s two-seat election for the Senate has seen more than 2.56 million early voters, breaking the state’s previous record for the number of voters.
The crucial election will determine control of the U.S. Senate. High-profile politicians are expected to assemble in Georgia on behalf of their party candidates before the election. President Donald Trump is scheduled to pay tribute to current Republican Georgia Senators Kelly Loveller and David Perdue during his election campaign in Valdosta, Georgia on Monday. On the same day, President-elect Biden is scheduled to rebound in Atlanta after Democrat Jon Ossoff and pastor Rafael Warnock.
According to the US election plan, as of December 30, early voters had voted 2,566,332 in the Senate election. The previous Senate election held in Georgia had a record number of 2,1
Biden previously visited Georgia in December on behalf of Ossoff and Warnock, and told about a crowd of campaigners, which is crucial for the Democratic Party to be elected. Biden said: “There are so many things we can do that can greatly improve the lives of people in Georgia and the entire country. We need senators to be willing to do this for God.”
Both Ossoff and Warnock need to win the Democratic election in January to gain control of the Senate. Democrats sweeping Georgia will make the Senate evenly split between Republicans and Democrats. The then-Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will vote for the tiebreaker. The Republicans only need to win a Senate seat to maintain a majority in the Senate.
Trump has always criticized the election process in Georgia, claiming baselessly that widespread voter fraud helped Biden win the state. When Trump appeared on behalf of Lodler and Perdue at a rally in December, he warned attendees that Democrats were also trying to manipulate the Senate election.
“right now [Democrats are] Try to steal these two important Senate seats from Georgia,” Trump said. “These seats are the last line of defense to save the United States and protect everything we have done. We have accomplished things that no other president can accomplish, and no other government can accomplish it. “
FiveThirtyEight’s poll averages indicate that Tuesday’s election may be close.
As of December 30, Ossoff is one point ahead of Perdue. Ossoff (Ossoff) received 48.5% of support, while the current 47.5%. The gap between Warnock and Loeffler is even bigger. The Republicans account for 47.3% of the average polls, but Warnock leads Loeffler by 1.9%.
Loeffler tried to portray Warnock as a “radical” and warned voters that both Warnock and Osoff could inject socialist ideology into the U.S. Senate.
Loeffler told Fox News on Tuesday: “If we don’t stick to this position in Georgia, we will not only lose two Senate seats, but also socialism in this country.”
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