Ga. Runoff Sets Early Voting Single-Day Turnout Record

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    The Facts

    • According to Georgia Deputy Sec. of State Gabriel Sterling, voters turned out in record numbers Monday to vote early in the Senate runoff election between incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker — the last US Senate race to be decided this election cycle.

    • Early voting concludes Friday, with in-person Election Day slated for Dec. 6.

    The Spin

    Democratic narrative

    Issues the Democrats hold near and dear, like bodily autonomy, are driving heavy early-voting turnout among young people, women, and Black voters, and that bodes well for Warnock. Even the long lines caused by Georgia’s restrictive voting laws haven’t diminished the enthusiasm of key Democratic voting blocs.

    Republican narrative

    Whether they vote early or on Election Day, voters should remember how Warnock and Democrats have worked to divide the country. They painted the Georgia voter integrity law as racist suppression, but it’s done nothing to hinder turnout. Walker is the unifying candidate in this race, and he should prevail.

    Political split



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