RUNOFF! Georgia Senate Race Moves to Runoff as Neither Candidate Achieves 50% of the Vote

It was close —and it still is!

Georgia GOP senatorial candidate Herschel Walker and Democrat incumbent Raphael Warnock failed to achieve 50% of the vote in the Peach State, triggering a runoff election in December.

Decision Desk HQ made the projection at 11:42 a.m. EST. Gabriel Sterling, the Georgia secretary of state’s chief operating officer, said the runoff election will take place on December 6, The Daily Wire reports.

From The Daily Wire:

Warnock, the  53-year-old reverend from Atlanta, Georgia, was first elected to the Senate on January 5, 2021, after defeating GOP candidate Kelly Loeffler in a run-off election. Loeffler had been appointed to serve until an election, having replaced the late Johnny Isakson. 

As a newcomer into politics, Walker spent much of his campaign tying Warnock to unpopular President Joe Biden and painted the Democrat as a divisive, out-of-touch progressive. 

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