Their fate lies with Georgia…but you have the power to help
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The Senate election in Georgia will go to a run-off because none of the four candidates (two Republican, two Democrat) won over 50%. On January 5, the Georgia run-off will decide where power lies in America.
Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff will face their Republican incumbents. Ossoff will challenge David Perdue while Warnock is up against Kelly Loeffler. You may remember Kelly Loeffler, the Republican Senator who dumped millions in stock when Congress received notifications about the coronavirus crisis? David Perdue is known for dishonorable tactics, arguably mispronouncing Kamala Harris’ name to purposely comment on her race, and attacking his opponent Ossoff for his Jewish heritage. The two Democrat candidates are underdogs, with Ossoff trailing by 2 percent and Warnock could be down by 6.5 percent overall.
Run-offs are notoriously difficult to win due to poor voter turnout. These two men need all the help they can get.
The Senate currently stands at 48 seats for the Democrats, 50 for the Republicans. If Ossoff and Warnock win, then the Senate will be divided 50:50. In this case, the Vice President will make the deciding vote. I think we can make an educated guess which way Kamala Harris will swing.