Tuesday was decision day for Georgia, and the impact on the rest of the country will be huge. Voters there are making history as they determine who will control the US Senate for the next two years in much-anticipated runoff elections.
In the race between Democrat challenger Jon Ossoff and Republican Sen. David Perdue, the Associated Press is reporting they believe Ossoff has won the race - with 98% of the ballots counted, Perdue holds 2,201,099 votes to Ossoff's 2,233,982 votes.
The two Senate races have been very close and the full results may not actually be known for days since counties have to count large numbers of mail-in ballots.
Absentee ballots must be received by the close of polls to be counted. Military and overseas ballots postmarked by Tuesday and received by Friday will be counted, and absentee voters also have until Friday to fix any problems so their votes can be part of the final tally.
To see the latest election results as they come in, go to the AP Election Results 2021 located on the CBN News Elections page.
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