Georgia Voters Head to the Polls for Senate Runoff Race Between Warnock and Walker

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Voters went to the polls on Tuesday to cast ballots in Georgia’s Senate runoff race between Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) and Republican former football star Herschel Walker after neither candidate garnered 50 percent of the vote in the Nov. 8 midterms.

A runoff, under Georgia state law, is an additional election that is used to determine the winner of a race if neither candidate gets 50 percent. In the Nov. 8 midterm election, Warnock had led Walker by about 37,000 votes.

Ahead of the Dec. 6 runoff, about 1.85 million early votes were cast. Those figures broke all-time state records, according to top Georgia election official Gabriel Sterling in Twitter posts.

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