*** World Political Attention Over GEORGIA
*** Republican PERDUE Want Not to Debate
*** Who Will Win The Republicans or Democrats?
By DANTE GONZALEZ / Special to The UNIVERSE News / EL UNIVERSO.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS.-“…After the November 3 presidential election, world attention is now focused on the state of Georgia as two seats in the U.S. Senate are being contested.”
“…It is of the utmost importance for both Democrats and Republicans to push for a victory for their candidates in that American state. With that, they would have controlled Congress in the upper house,” what the analysts say.
Republican KELLY LOEFFLER and Democrat RAPHAEL WARNOCK are competing in Georgia for one of the two seats, that will tilt control of the U.S. Senate in favor of their respective parties.
Republicans currently have a 50-48 advantage in the Senate. But if the Democrats win both pending races, Vice President KAMALA HARRIS will cast the deciding vote, giving the Democrats control.
The candidates for one of the two U.S. Senate seats still in play will face off this Sunday. In a debate that is attracting great interest beyond Georgia.
That’s because the seat -now held by Republican KELLY LOEFFLER, whose rival is Democrat RAPHAEL WARNOCK- is one of two that will tilt control of the Senate in favor of either Republicans or Democrats. Loeffler and Warnock face off in a debate sponsored by the Atlanta Press Club.
Although WARNOCK has sought additional discussions, none has been scheduled yet, meaning that this may be the only face-to-face discussion between the two candidates.
Other Senate seat is being fought over by Georgia Republican Senator DAVID PERDUE, who no longer wanted to debate with Democrat JON OSSOFF, after they faced off twice before the November general election. OSSOFF will have a solo platform on Sunday to make his case.
The runoff will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate, prompting a huge wave of money and organizational effort to try to get Georgians to vote again on or before January 5.
Another setback for TRUMP. State of Georgia on Monday re-certified the victory of the president-elect of the United States, JOE BIDEN, against the outgoing Mr. TRUMP, in another setback for the president who maintains his allegations, without evidence, of electoral “fraud”.
“Georgia Secretary of State BRAD RAFFENSPERGER today re-certified the results of the November 3 presidential election. The re-certification followed a manual count and a formal recount requested by the Trump campaign,” the state said in a statement. Both ‘recounts’ supported the original result of the race,” the statement added.
“Both counts supported the original outcome of the contest,” the note added. BIDEN beat TRUMP in Georgia by more than 12,000 votes after the 5 million ballot count was completed.
“…We have legally counted the ballots already three times and the results remain unchanged,” RAFFENSPERGER remarked, referring to the election night count, an additional manual count given the tightness of the result and the last one, done at the request of the TRUMP campaign.
Biden ‘was’ the first Democrat to win in traditionally Republican South Georgia since Bill Clinton (1993-2001) in 1992. Trump has so far failed to acknowledge his defeat in the election, claiming, without evidence, that there was voter fraud.
An Election fraud, alleges TRUMP, especially in the postal vote, which was critical to the pandemic, and has filed several lawsuits in key states, most of which have been dismissed by the courts. While The Inauguration Ceremony for the future US president will take place in Washington on January 20th.
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