ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia Democrat Raphael Warnock’s first runoff in 2021 was a titanic nine-week contest to control the Senate, which included three weeks of in-person early voting and numerous mail-in ballots.
Warnock’s win over Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler — and Democrat Jon Ossoff’s tilt against Republican David Perdue — ended in two Democratic victories that gave the party control of a 50-50 Senate, thanks to Vice President Kamala Harris’s ability to sever ties.
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