(The Square Center)-The two U.S. Georgia’s Senate runoff election to determine the balance of power in the chamber was too tight to be declared early Wednesday morning.
The GOP will maintain dominance in the U.S. if Republicans win either or more of the polls. From the Senate. The chamber would be divided, 50-50, if Democrats win all elections, with Democrat and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris retaining the tiebreaker vote. Caucus with two progressive senators with the Democrats.
Of 98.61% of districts reporting, the U.S. Republican incumbent Democrat Jon Ossoff was led by Sen. David Perdue, 50.02 percent to 49.98 percent-a 1,869 vote difference. Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler was led by Democrat Raphael Warnock, 50.4 percent to 49.6 percent, a margin of 35,031 votes.
There were more than 4.3 million votes counted in each race.
Perdue has been elected to the United States In 2014 Parliament. In the general election, he received 49,73 percent of the vote to Ossoff’s 47,95 percent. In the special election for the 6th Congressional District of Georgia, Ossoff, an investigative journalist and television executive, stood for Congress in 2017.
Loeffler, who was assigned to the U.S. Retired The vacated seat of Sen. Johnny Isakson in December 2019, and Warnock appeared in the general election from a pack of 21 candidates, where Warnock received 32.9% of the vote compared to 25.91% for Loeffler. Warnock is a senior pastor at the church in Atlanta where Martin Luther King Jr. was preaching.