Georgia, long a Republican stronghold, has become an improbable battleground both in the presidential race and in the fight for control of the Senate. President Trump won the state by five percentage points in 2016, and no Democrat has carried it since 1992. But polls have shown a close race between Mr. Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. Read more
Beyond the presidential race, Georgia’s two Republican-held Senate seats are up for grabs this year and Democrats are trying to flip both of them. Senator David Perdue is trying to fend off a challenge from Jon Ossoff, a Democrat.
The other race is unusual. Senator Kelly Loeffler, a Republican who was appointed to her seat last year, is running in a special election with 20 candidates on the ballot. She will likely face the Rev. Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, in a runoff to be held in January. — Thomas Kaplan Read less
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