Mark Kelly, Democratic challenger in Arizona, called the winner

Author: Greg Michalowski | Category: News

Defeats Republican incumbent Martha McSally.

In Arizona, Edison Research is projecting Dem challenger Mark Kelly defeated incumbent Martha McSally.  Kelly has 51.7% of the vote. McSally has 48.3%. The lead is someone 103,000 votes with 91% of the projected vote counted.  Kelly held a consistent lead, but there has been some apprehension to call the race given the Arizona presidential vote narrowing.  

In Georgia, the two Senate seat races will likely go to a runoff.  David Perdue as 49.8% of the vote vs. 47.8% for  Jon Ossoff.  with 98% reporting.  In the state of Georgia, if neither candidate reaches a 50% majority, there is a runnoff.  In the other race Raphael Warnock will run against Kelly Loeffler. There were 20 candidates in the special election for retired sender Johnny Isakson.  Democrat Warnock receive 32% of the vote, while Loeffler got 26%.  

The runoff elections will likely attract huge sums of money toward the respective candidates.

The Democrats currently have 48 seats. It is likely that the 2 runoff elections in Georgia will determine the power tilt in the Senate.. That election will take place on January 5

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