Several big developments could pave the way for three new Democratic Senators to take office shortly after President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris are sworn in on Wednesday. According to Punchbowl News, Democrats Jon Ossoff (GA), Raphael Warnock (GA) and Alex Padilla (CA) are set to become the Senate's newest members as early as Inauguration Day. On Monday, … [Read more...] about Ossoff, Warnock and Padilla to be Sworn In to the Senate On Wednesday
History was made in Georgia on Tuesday night, as Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock both pulled off stunning upsets over the state's Republican Senators, David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. With their victories, Chuck Schumer is on track to become to new Senate Majority Leader, as the Senate will now be tied at 50/50 with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris in a position to … [Read more...] about Democrats Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock Upset GOP Senators, Flip U.S. Senate
On Tuesday, Georgia voters will decide the fate of their senior Senator. Republican David Perdue, 70, finds himself in a tight race against Democratic rival Jon Ossoff. The two were forced into a January runoff after falling short of the 50% needed to win outright. Perdue, a former Fortune 500 CEO, is one of President Trump’s most vocal allies in the U.S. Senate and is … [Read more...] about Georgia Runoffs: Senator David Perdue Locked In Tight Race As Election Nears
The Trump presidency appears to be ending the way it began: with Jon Ossoff in the national spotlight. After falling short in a blockbuster and expensive 2017 special election for a congressional seat in Atlanta’s northern suburbs, the 33-year-old documentary filmmaker is back with his eyes on a bigger prize: a seat in the United States Senate. Even before his 2017 … [Read more...] about Georgia Runoffs: Jon Ossoff Lost the First Big Election of the Trump Presidency. Can He Win the Last?
For the last few weeks, you have probably been paying very close attention to the runoff elections for U.S. Senate in Georgia. The two races are drawing national attention and millions of dollars in outside spending, and understandably so: both races are set to decide the balance of power in the U.S. Senate. But the flood of outside money and nonstop television ads are … [Read more...] about The Other Georgia Runoff Happening on January 5