Are you planning to vote in U.S Senate runoff elections?

Are you done with the early voting procedure for U.S. senate runoff elections in Georgia?

Above 2.8 million Georgians have voted so far in a U.S. Senates runoff election, according to state data published on Thursday.

U.S Senate runoff elections in Georgia
U.S Senate runoff elections in Georgia

The state data was about the closely watched race that will determine whether President-elect Joe Biden’s Democrats control both chambers of congress and can more easily advance his agenda.

It was seen by the recent tweet of Barack Obama that he encourages the Georgians to vote early.

On 30th December 2020, he reminded people that only one week is left for the U.S. Senate runoff elections.

He also mentioned taking notes on your friends and family to make sure they do the same.

Obama wrote, “we’re just one week away from the U.S. Senate runoff elections in Georgia.

If you’re in Georgia, plan to vote early if you can and reach out to your friends and family to make sure they do the same.”

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The impact of early voting has put turnout at a record high for a Georgia runoff.

It is exceeding the 2.1 million ballots cast in a Senate contest back in the year 2008.

This runoff was necessary because no candidate won more than 50{7d6bb1f761e691f027164c9fe6d1ebbc4659a250013ce39dc45a15ede39dbac5} of the vote in the Nov. 3 election.

A Republican, siding U.S. Senate runoff elections, got infected

Perdue-Ossoff Senate race heads to runoff
Perdue-Ossoff Senate race heads to runoff

One of the two Republican U.S. Senators facing a runoff election next week, David Perdue is quarantined.

He was accidentally in contact with someone who tested positive for corona virus, told by his campaign.

His campaign didn’t provide any details on how long hi quarantine would last or how it would impact any campaign events.

Perdue was on his campaign on Thursday where he came in close contact with someone infected with the virus.

Additionally, the statement said that David Perdue and his wife tested negative.

The final days of the senior U.S Senator’s campaign are disrupted by the threat of quarantine.

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