Fighting fiercely in Georgia
Republicans and Democrats are battling it out in Georgia's Senate election. The battle is between Republican candidates Kelly Loffler and David Perdu and Democrat candidates Rafael Warnock and John Asaf.
Depending on who gets control of the Senate over Georgia's election.
The Democratic Party of President-elect Joe Biden will have to win two seats to take full control of Congress. And outgoing President Donald Trump's Republican Party must win one seat.
None of the four candidates received the required 50 percent of the vote to win the November election. According to Georgia's electoral rules, voting is taking place there again. According to the BBC, 59 percent of the votes have been counted.
The booth return poll counted 40 percent of the votes until 8:30 pm local time on Tuesday. Boothphert polled 49 percent for Republicans and 48 percent for Democrats.
Blacks have 29 percent of the vote. Their vote is in favor of the Democrat candidate. And the majority of whites vote for Republicans. Georgia's election also has the impression of their choice in the November US election. Georgians who support Trump are voting for Perdu and Laffler. And Biden's supporters are voting for Warnak and Asaf.
Voters were interviewed in a booth return poll after voting. Those who voted before election day were interviewed in the booth return poll. The Boothfert poll spoke to a small number of voters. So the results of the booth return and the results of the vote count may not match.
Of the 100 seats in the Senate, 52 are held by Republicans. If two Democratic candidates win yesterday's election, the two parties' votes in the Senate will be equal. Democratic Party Vice President Kamala Harris will then have to cast a tie-breaking vote.
Democrats will have full control of the White House, Senate, and House of Representatives if Osaf and Warnock win.
This will make it harder for Republicans to oppose Biden's agenda on health and environmental issues. The Senate approves Biden's nominees for cabinet and judicial posts.
The counting of votes was supposed to end late last night. Georgia's 159 county election workers are counting the days.
More than 3 million votes were cast before yesterday. Forty percent of Georgia's registered voters voted during this period.