Georgia Senate Runoffs
Times coverage of the runoff elections for the two U.S. Senate seats in Georgia. The votes are to be held January 5, 2021.
Democrats score a pair of victories in the Georgia Senate runoffs, offering a huge boon for President-elect Joe Biden.
Democrat Raphael Warnock claims win in Georgia; Kelly Loeffler does not concede. Jon Ossoff leads David Perdue, but the race is too close to call.
Rallies in Georgia by President Trump and President-elect Biden reflected the national stakes of two elections Tuesday to decide which party controls the Senate.
With control of the U.S. Senate at stake, all eyes are on a runoff election that has Republicans David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler facing Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
‘It is a cliffhanger’: Republicans worry Trump’s moves could depress turnout in Georgia Senate runoffs
With control of the Senate at stake, Trump and Biden to campaign in Georgia, capping a campaign that has been shadowed by the president and COVID-19.
President Trump was recorded pressuring the top Georgia election official, Brad Raffensperger, to alter votes and throw him the election. Raffensperger refused.
Georgia residents are inundated with ads about the four Senate candidates in Tuesday’s runoff election, which will decide which party controls the U.S. Senate.
Joe Biden’s victory in Georgia surprised many, but the shift has been years in the making. Georgia has had the largest growth of Black voters of any state.
With much at stake — Georgia’s two elections Jan. 5 will decide which party runs the Senate — Californians are volunteering by making calls, sending texts and sometimes even traveling across the country.
Religion has taken on new meaning in this heated political season amid the Georgia Senate runoff races, where a Black pastor from Martin Luther King Jr.’s church is on the ballot.
Georgia’s runoffs for the U.S. Senate have become a national referendum on which party controls Washington. Local issues are getting left behind.
Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling is girding for another battle with conspiracy theories and lies about the integrity of the voting system.
Asian Americans make up just 3.2% of Georgia’s eligible voters, but they are playing an increasingly pivotal role in shaping the state’s politics.
As ad spending in the Georgia Senate runoff races closes in on $400 million, Republicans hold a significant advantage, the latest figures show.
Republicans need Trump to boost turnout for Georgia’s Senate runoffs, but his attacks on state GOP leaders and false claim of vote fraud risk backfiring on the party.
With Georgia’s GOP feuding since Joe Biden won there, a question looms: Can it unite to help two senators win runoffs that will decide which party runs the Senate?
Both Republican and Democratic camps in Georgia embrace running as teams, framing their campaigns around what they can accomplish — or stop — together.
Georgia finds itself holding a referendum on a national question: Which party should control the Senate? The stakes are high for Biden.