Warnock will make history as the first Black Senator from Georgia. Control of the US Senate—and President-elect Joe Biden's agenda—hangs in the balance as the nation waits for the second winner to be called.
After a year that saw the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustice, and baseless claims of voter fraud, Georgians know their votes matter now more than ever.
They opposed COVID aid for months, and that will likely continue if they win and Republicans hold on to the Senate majority.
Perdue and Loeffler are among the wealthiest members of the Senate. And they're trying to earn the vote of average, working-class Georgians like my mom and dad.
Both Georgia Senators are hoping their vote in favor of the latest stimulus package wins them votes. However, their policies fly directly in the face of helping Georgian's survive the pandemic.
What’s needed now is focus on the most reliable method to get out the vote: personal contact.
Biden’s stop in Georgia comes less than a month before the Jan. 5 runoff election for Ossoff and Warnock as they try to unseat Republican incumbents Sen. David Perdue and Sen. Kelly Loeffler.