Photo: Polls close in a runoff that will decide the fate of the Senate

Voters wait in the dark by a "Vote here" sign, all in masks except one man sitting on the ground looking at his phone.
Voters wait in line to cast their ballots in Georgia’s Senate runoff elections at a senior center in Acworth.
(Branden Camp / Associated Press)
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Sunshine casts three people in silhouette, illuminating flags they're waving that say "Vote" and "Black Lives Matter."
Democratic supporters wait for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris at a drive-in rally on Sunday in Savannah, Ga.
(Stephen B. Morton / Associated Press)

Georgians cast final votes in polling stations across this Southern battleground state Tuesday in a pair of Senate runoff races that will determine the balance of political power in Washington.

State election officials reported light turnout Tuesday morning, including in the deeply conservative northwestern region, where President Trump held a rally Monday night to encourage GOP voters to turn out in force, according to the Associated Press.

Two women in masks, seated at a table, consult over a sheaf of papers.
Election workers check memory cards from voting machines in Fulton County.
(Ben Gray / Associated Press)
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Next to a "To vote" sign with an arrow, two voters stand in line, a few feet of space between them, after dark.
Voters wait in line for Georgia’s Senate runoff elections in Atlanta.
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In a large room, voting machines in the background, people bend over monitors at a table where poll workers are seated.
Voters check in before casting their votes in Atlanta.
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A closeup of a person wearing a mask that says "Vote."
A poll worker waits for voters to arrive Tuesday.
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Yellow caution tape held up by folding chairs delineates waiting lines for voters on a school gymnasium floor.
Voters socially distance while waiting to cast their ballots in the gymnasium at a middle school in Social Circle, Ga.
(Curtis Compton / Associated Press)
Light glows through a stained-glass window. Two voters in silhouette stand at voting stations.
Voters mark their ballots at the Lawrenceville Road United Methodist Church in Tucker, Ga.
(Ben Gray / Associated Press)
A man in a crowd of people wearing masks holds up an illustration of Stacey Abrams with the word "Vote."
An image of Stacey Abrams is displayed as President-elect Joe Biden speaks in Atlanta on Monday.
(Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press)
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A woman with a red shirt with the word "Trump" in glitter gets out of a car, an image of Trump on one window.
A supporter arrives for President Trump’s campaign rally in Dalton, Ga., on Monday.
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President Trump smiles as Kelly Loeffler speaks at a podium.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) speaks as President Trump stands by during a campaign rally Monday in Dalton, Ga.
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Joe Biden and Georgia Democratic candidates for Senate wave from a stage.
President-elect Joe Biden stands on stage with Georgia’s Democratic Senate candidates, Jon Ossoff, left, and Raphael Warnock, in Atlanta on Monday.
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President Trump, in suit and overcoat, raises a fist on stage.
President Trump at a campaign rally Monday in Dalton, Ga.
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President-elect Joe Biden, in a mask that says "Vote," holds up his right arm.
President-elect Joe Biden acknowledges the crowd at the rally in Atlanta on Monday.
(Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press)
Supporters wave flags as they wait for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris at a drive-in rally
Democratic supporters wait for Vice President-elect Kamala Harris at a drive-in rally on Sunday in Savannah, Ga.
(Stephen B. Morton / Associated Press)
Amid a crowd of people in red hats, a man in a winter scarf with a U.S. flag motif speaks.
Georgia state Rep. Vernon Jones at a rally before President Trump arrives in Dalton on Monday.
(Brynn Anderson / Associated Press)