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Jon Ossoff (D) is projected to defeat David Perdue (R) and leads by 54,944 votes.

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2,269,92350.6%
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PerdueGOP
2,214,97949.4

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Raphael Warnock (D) is projected to defeat Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) and leads by 93,272 votes.

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2,289,11351.0%
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2,195,84149.0

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Democratic candidates in two Senate races in Georgia upended Republicans, which alongside a small House majority gives Joe Biden higher odds of enacting his agenda.
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Biden elected 46th president of the United States; Harris makes history as first woman elected vice president
A chart showing the number of electoral votes won by Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
A map showing which states are leading or won by Joe Biden or Donald Trump.
In a recording obtained by The Washington Post, President Trump alternately berated, begged and threatened Brad Raffensperger to overturn President-elect Joe Biden’s win in the state.
Millions more Americans cast ballots than in 2016. The counties that saw the largest turnout increases drove Biden's win, but Democratic gains were uneven.
The same impulses that helped lift the president to victory in 2016 contributed to his undoing four years later.
Notable figures and ordinary Americans describe their reaction to Trump's victory in 2016 and describe the moments during his presidency that compelled them to speak out and mobilize against him.
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