Blue or Red: Senate runoff election in the Peach State STILL too hot

50-50 in the Senate seat is about to break, and the power game has started since the general election in Georgia. According to Georgia Law, the winner of the election is supposed to gain over 50% of the vote. At the election in November, Sen. Raphael Warnock (D), and Herchel Walker (R) both received less than 50% votes.

Today is the election day to break the tie in the US Senate as the incumbent senator and the former football star continue to battle it out for the all-important tie-breaker seat.

The Senate runoff election in Georgia between Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker is still too early to call, NBC News projected, however.

About an hour after the 7 p.m. ET poll-closing time, and with 49% of the expected vote in, Warnock appeared to be leading Walker, with 53.4% to 46.6%, according to NBC’s count of the race. That tally included about half of Fulton County, which is the state’s largest and includes Atlanta, where Warnock held a sizeable lead. Nonetheless, the counting is still too close to call.

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