Sunday, December 5

Elections in Georgia: the close contest between Democrats and Republicans for control of the US Senate

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  • BBC World News


It is estimated that more than four million people voted in Georgia.

Two very even races.

The state of Georgia in the United States held this Tuesday the elections to elect the two senators of this state and after counting 75% of the votes, the result is so close that still a winner cannot be declared.

So far, exit polls show Georgians in a clear division: 49% favor Republicans, while 48% say they prefer the Democratic Party.

These elections, in which two Republican candidates face off against two Democrats, are key because they will decide which party wins the race. Majority in the Senate.

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