Last days in Georgia runoffs that will decide Senate control
ATLANTA (AP) — It’s two days before dueling runoffs in Georgia that will determine U.S. Senate control.
On Sunday, GOP incumbent Kelly Loeffler said she hasn’t decided whether to join Republican colleagues in challenging the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s victory over President Donald Trump.
Meantime, the Democratic candidates whose wins Tuesday would help clear roadblocks for the new administration’s agenda awaited a campaign visit from Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
And Trump is persisting in attacking top Georgia Republicans over his election loss in the state, raising fears that his words could cause some Republicans to stay away
from the polls. The Senate runoffs pit Loeffler against Democrat Raphael Warnock and Sen. David Perdue against Democrat Jon Ossoff.