Georgia overflow elections might determine control of U.S. Senate: How we got here

 Georgia overflow elections might determine control of U.S. Senate: How we got here

, U.S.A. TODAYPublished 4: 35 p.m. ET Nov. 6, 2020| Upgraded 10: 05 p.m. ET Nov. 6, 2020

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Georgia has become a battlefield state for President Trump and Joe Biden as well as Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue. U.S.A. TODAY

The result in several contested states will determine whether Joe Biden defeats President Donald Trump. However if the previous vice president wins, the aspirations of a Biden presidency might well come down to Georgia.

With control of the U.S. Senate hanging in the balance, the two Senate races in the Peach State are headed for a possible overflow election.

The overflows will indicate a project on a practically nationwide scale, with 10s of countless dollars invested by both sides.

Biden has been peaceful on the Senate balance as he awaits the lead to his own election.

Here’s what to know:

What’s an overflow election?

They’re 2nd elections held if no candidate in the first election gets a bulk of the votes. The 2 prospects with the most votes qualify for the overflow.

Why did it happen?

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