Today’s second round of elections to determine the owner of the two seats reserved for the state of Georgia in the US Senate will determine which side will have the majority in the Senate.
In the Senate elections held on November 3, 2020, the second round of Georgia elections, due to no candidate exceeding 50 percent, is held today.
Both Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are calling on their voters to vote for the Georgia elections, where voting began as of morning hours.
NO ONE EXCEEDED 50 PERCENT IN THE FIRST TOUR
Republican David Perdue, whose six-year tenure in the Senate expired, got 49.7 percent of the vote in the November 3 elections and narrowly missed the second term. Perdue’s rival Democrat Jon Ossoff’s vote remained at 47.9 percent.
For the other seat in Georgia, Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican Kelly Loeffler will compete for the second round. Warnock received 32.9 percent of the vote in the first round, while Loeffler remained at 25.9 percent.restbet giriş yapmak için platformun yenilenen adresini kullanmanız gerekiyor.
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GEORGIA WILL DETERMINE THE BALANCE IN THE CONGRESS
On the other hand, in the states that became clear in the elections on November 3, the distribution of seats remained in the 100-seat Senate, 50 Republicans versus 48 Democrats.
Republicans will retain their majority in the Senate if they get even a seat in the Georgia election. This could put Democratic President Joe Biden in a lot of trouble.
In the second scenario, if they win both seats in Georgia, Kamala Harris, who will take the position of Vice President in Democrats, will break the balance. Harris, who will also have the title of President of the Senate, will enable the Democrats to find the majority.
In the event of this scenario, what the Democrats will provide in the House of Representatives and the Senate will strengthen the hand of the Biden administration.