More Than Three Million Georgians Voted Early in Senate Runoff Races

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In just three more days, the two ongoing Senate runoffs happening in Georgia are going to wrap up. The 5th of January marks the very last day for Georgians to cast their vote for which candidates they want to win the election. There are two races, one being GOP Sen. David Perdue vs. left-winger Jon Ossoff and GOP Sen. Kelly Loeffler vs. left-winger Raphael Warnock.

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Voting is critical in Georgia’s special elections. Although early voting ended in the Peach State on December 31, Georgians are still seeing various ads about the runoffs and the need to cast a ballot.

Calls to vote have maintained since the runoff races began. These calls appear to be paying off because more than three million Georgia residents early voted in the special elections, confirms Newsmax.

Early Votes in the Georgia Senate Runoffs

The more than three million votes cast in the runoff races amounts to roughly 38.8% of the Peach State’s total registered voters.

This is significant, regarding levels of turnout, considering that many runoff races tend to struggle with turnout; however, the high stakes nature of these races and their power to determine which party controls the Senate is a likely factor in the record amount of early votes.

Perdue and Loeffler are informing Georgians that voting for them will protect Trump’s presidential accomplishments, put a check on radical leftism, and ensure the representation of conservative values in Washington. Ossoff and Warnock, meanwhile, are promising that a vote for them will improve the nation and allow Biden to get things done in office.

When Will America Learn the Election Results

The runoff races end on January 5. With that being said, Georgia and the rest of the country will not likely know the results of the special elections on Tuesday night.

Astronomical levels of voter turnout are ultimately what’s expected to delay the result. Political analysts project that Georgia will still be counting votes, especially absentee ballots and mail-in ballots, days after the 5th.

Perdue and Loeffler vow Republicans are doing everything possible to make sure the Georgia special elections are free and fair. This comes at a time where many conservative voters worry about fraud and whether or not their votes will count.

What do you think about the more than three million votes cast in the Georgia special elections? Which candidates do you believe will win the races? Let us know in the comments section below.