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Georgia Senate runoffELECTION RESULTS
Democratic Sen. Raphael G. Warnock has won a runoff election for the second time, just two years after winning a special election runoff that gave Democrats control of the Senate. This time, his Republican challenger was Herschel Walker, a first-time candidate and former professional football player endorsed by Donald Trump. In the Nov. 8 election, Warnock won around 36,000 more votes than Walker did but did not cross the 50 percent threshold required to avoid a runoff.
Warnock (D) is projected to win. An estimated 99 percent of votes have been counted.
winnerRaphael WarnockWarnockR. Warnock
|Herschel WalkerWalkerH. WalkerGOP||1,719,483||48.6|
An estimated 99 percent of votes have been counted.
Where Warnock and Walker are leading
Warnock is winning the urban and suburban vote. Walker leads in most rural counties.
Warnock leads by 194,849 votes
Warnock leads by 220,836 votes
Walker leads by 319,072 votes
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