Senate runoffs in Ga. still too close to call

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Fulton County Georgia elections workers process absentee ballots for the Senate runoff election in Atlanta on Tuesday, Jan. 5, 2021. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)

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UPDATED 6:29 AM PT – Wednesday, January 6, 2021

The two crucial Georgia runoff elections will determine which party controls the Senate. As the numbers continue to roll in, One America News is keeping a close eye on the results.

Currently, both races are too close to call, but early reports show Sen. David Perdue (R) behind by only 0.2 percent while Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) is down just over 1 percent.

Georgia’s secretary of state has said it’s unlikely results will be available until later Wednesday afternoon at the latest.

Meanwhile, reports from Dekalb County, Georgia show a massive effort to hand-count thousands of ballots. More than 19,000 votes reportedly had to be manually recounted due to unexplained technical issues.

There has not been further information disclosed regarding why the ballots needed to be manually tabulated or how that recount was being carried out. About 16,000 ballots still need to be manually scanned.

The Perdue campaign posted this statement regarding the election count:

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