Georgians head to the polls today for two crucial runoff elections that will decide Senate control. Here’s what the results will mean for President-elect Biden’s agenda, and why it may take days to know who won.
A top election official strongly condemned President Trump’s baseless claims of voter fraud in the state as “easily, provably false” and urged Georgians to turn out to vote.
Both of Georgia’s Republican candidates announced they would join 12 GOP senators who plan to contest Biden’s victory. The group’s argument rests on conspiracy theories that have been debunked, according to VOX.
Four states — California, Colorado, Florida, and New York — have identified cases of the more contagious coronavirus variant that’s spreading rapidly in the UK. England, meanwhile, just entered its third national lockdown, USA Today reported.
According to the Guardian, the leader of the violent, far-right Proud Boys group was arrested and charged with destruction of property and a firearms offense in Washington, D.C. Thousands of right-wing protesters are expected in the capital ahead of the certification of Electoral College votes on Wednesday.