Election Day is Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021. Central Georgia voters will go to the polls to decide on the final two U.S. Senate seats. Georgia Republicans want to keep control of the Senate and must win both seats. If the Democrats win both seats, Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, a Democrat, would be the tie-breaker.
Incumbent Republican senator David Perdue will face Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff in a bid to gain a second term. Perdue has served as the senior United States Senator for Georgia since 2015.
In the special election for retired Sen. Johnny Isakson's seat, incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler will meet Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock. Loeffler was appointed to the Senate in December 2019 by Gov. Brian Kemp after Senator Isakson resigned for health reasons.
For more election information, including information on the voting process itself, check out 13WMAZ's Georgia January 2021 runoff election voter guide. Just text the word VOTE to 478-752-1309.
U.S. Senate Regular ElectionPrecincts: 2,656 / 2,656 (100% reporting)
U.S. Senate Special ElectionPrecincts: 2,656 / 2,656 (100% reporting)
Public Service Commission McDonald SeatPrecincts: 2,656 / 2,656 (100% reporting)
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