An aide to outgoing Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler elbowed and pushed Senior Congressional Correspondent for CNN Manu Raju early Wednesday afternoon after he asked her if she thought the Georgia runoff was a free and fair election.
The presidential race in 2020 came down to a select few swing states. Some, like Wisconsin, Michigan, Nevada and Pennsylvania had Democrats as governors. The other two, Georgia and Arizona had Republicans in charge.
There is a runoff election upcoming in the state of Georgia that will decide the balance of power in the senate. Donald Trump may be an asset in that race. He also has the potential to torpedo it for the GOP.
Ossoff is not only up 48-47 but he holds a 12-point lead among run-off voters who voted in 2016 but did not vote in the 2014 midterms
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For much of the evening, Democrat Jon Ossoff looked to be on pace to finish with 50% of the vote, but as the results come in Ossoff is now projected to finish at between 45% and 48.5%, which means that the special election in Georgia will go to a June runoff.