New Polls in for Georgia Senate Runoff Races

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The heavily-watched Senate runoffs happening in Georgia will continue to headline national news until at least January 5, 2021. The races will determine whether Republicans are able to fend off Democrats’ challenges for majority control of the U.S. Senate.

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Many Georgia residents are all-too-familiar with the back-to-back political ads that are dominating in their state. The campaigns of Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) and Sen. David Perdue (R) are making sure to get their messages out; the same scenario is also applicable to the campaigns of Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff.

According to Breitbart News, fresh polls for the runoffs are in and they indicate just how fierce the competition is for the U.S. Senate.

Trafalgar Group on the Georgia Special Elections

On Saturday morning, Trafalgar Group released polls on the races between Perdue vs. Ossoff and Loeffler vs. Warnock.

According to the latest surveys on the Georgia runoffs, Perdue comes in at 48.8% while Ossoff slightly leads the Republican senator at 49.1%. Only 2.1% of Georgia voters are listed as “undecided.”

Meanwhile, Loeffler actually leads Warnock with 50.4% to the Democrat’s 47.3%. Just 2.1% of Georgia voters in this poll are listed as “undecided.”

The above findings only further confirm the tightness of both runoffs. President Trump, Vice President Pence, and other conservatives have campaigned mightily on Perdue and Loeffler’s behalfs. Meanwhile, Joe Biden is scheduled to arrive in Georgia on Tuesday to stump for Warnock and Ossoff.

Early Voting in the Peach State

On Monday, December 14, Georgians will be able to commence early voting. Voting early in these senatorial runoffs is something that all four candidates are encouraging.

Early voting in Georgia will last until December 31; then, residents of the Peach State who have not yet voted will be able to do so on January 5, the final election day.

Getting out the vote for Loeffler and Perdue is something that conservative PACs and groups are urging Georgians to do. Certain PACs are also appealing to the conservative values that many residents of the Peach State hold dear; Republican groups maintain that Loeffler and Perdue will uphold these values in Congress, while Ossoff and Warnock would do precisely the opposite.

The most recent polls from Trafalgar Group also come after the first debate between Loeffler and Warnock during these runoffs.

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