For the quest for senate majority, state of Georgia decides


The triumph of Trump’s legal team to recount the Presidential ballot in Georgia is a temporal victory that has no bearing with Trump re-election bid. The real fight in Georgia is not about Trump, but about Senate majority. It poised to be a fight to finish for the Republicans and Democrats alike, and the reason is not farfetched.

With the current position in the senate, 48 and 50 for Democrats and Republicans respectively, the remaining two seats for the senate in Georgia, has th final say. So far, all eyes, ny and resources are focused on Georgia! Georgia’s winning is a most for both parties for obvious reasons: for the Republicans, losing Presidency and Senate majority at the same time spells doom for the party, while the Democrats on the other hand cannot risk the repeat of what Obama/Biden’s administration suffered in the hands of Republicans.

So far, large amounts of fund are streaming into Georgia with flurry of phone calls on the matter to refocus fund by both parties. The anti-abortion group, Women Speak Out PAC announced a 4 million dollar expenditure on Thursday for the two vacancies and other interest groups are doing same. The National Republican Senatorial Committee to buttress the high stakes in Georgia, texted on Thursday to their donors, “The fate of the Senate majority is on the line in Georgia. If you don’t step up now, Schumer and the Dems take control.”

Four major players are warming up for the showdown on January 5th: Rev. Raphael Warnock (D), running against incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) and David Perdue (R) running against Jon Ossoff (D). This race is a chance for Democrats to safe face after some major flops in some key states. Who do you think will win these senatorial seats? 

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