President-elect Joe Biden told Georgia voters they have the power to decide Senate control — and the fate of additional economic relief — at a rally Monday on the eve of a pair of Senate runoffs.

President Trump held a nighttime rally during which he publicly pressured Vice President Pence to intervene in this week’s electoral college vote tally.

“I have to tell you, I hope that our great vice president, our great vice president, comes through for us,” Trump told the crowd in Dalton, Ga. “He’s a great guy. Because if he doesn’t come through, I won’t like him quite as much.”

Pence campaigned earlier Monday in the state, which Vice President-elect Kamala D. Harris visited Sunday. During her swing, Harris accused Trump of a “baldfaced, bold abuse of power” for calling Georgia’s secretary of state as part of Trump’s efforts to reverse the presidential election results.

Here’s what to know:

  • A new Congress convened Sunday with Republicans openly divided, as several GOP senators unleashed salvos against at least a dozen Republican colleagues who are planning to challenge the results of the presidential election later this week.
  • Trump urged fellow Republican Brad Raffensperger, the Georgia secretary of state, to “find” enough votes to overturn his defeat in an extraordinary one-hour phone call Saturday that legal scholars described as a flagrant abuse of power and a potential criminal act.
  • Gabriel Sterling, Georgia’s voting system manager, pulled no punches during a news conference Monday as he dismissed, point by point, numerous unsubstantiated claims of election fraud, some of which Trump repeated during the call with Raffensperger.
  • Here’s where Senate Republicans stand on certifying the electoral college vote.
  • Election results are under attack: Here are the facts.