Georgia Republican Senate primary is too early to call as polls close

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  • According to NBC News, it is too early to call when voting closes in the Republican Senate primary election in Georgia.
  • The Democratic Senate contest featuring incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock was too early to take a call.
  • Republican Herschel Walker, backed by former President Donald Trump, is expected to take on Warnock in the general election.

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According to NBC News, the Republican Senate primary election in Georgia was too early to take a call on Tuesday evening’s closing.

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Herschelle Walker, a former pro football player and businessman backed by former President Donald Trump, was heavily backed to receive the Republican nomination for the Senate seat.

If no candidate wins a majority of the vote, the two front-runners will compete in a runoff election in late June.
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The Republican primary winner will face in the general election against incumbent Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock, who took office after winning a special election last year. According to NBC, it is too early to even call a Democratic primary as voting closes on Tuesday.

The outcome of the race could upset the balance of power in Washington, where Democrats hold a very slim majority in the Senate. The chamber is split 50-50 between Republicans and Democrats, and Democratic Vice President Kamala Harris holds the tie-breaking vote.

Early polls of fictional Walker-Warnock matchup show candidates virtually tied real clear politics,

The primary race in Georgia, a swing state that voted for President Joe Biden in the 2020 election, is the biggest test to date of Trump’s lasting impact on the Republican Party.

Trump has touted the fact that most of the candidates he supported in the 2022 election cycle have won their primaries, although many of those races were not competitive. Fifteen months after his single term in the White House, the former president maintained his position as the de facto leader of the GOP.

Several Republican primary candidates have tried to appeal to party grounds by talking about their pro-Trump credentials, even though the former president did not endorse them. In many cases, GOP hopefuls have favored Trump by embracing the lie that the election was stolen from him, raising the possibility that a wave of candidates spreading election conspiracy could take federal and state office next year.

Primary elections will set the table for the November midterm, when Republicans hope to win majority control of the House and Senate. Democrats are fighting upward: The president’s party underperforms in the midterm elections, and the lead in the primaries has been marked by high inflation and low approval ratings for Biden.

This is breaking news. Please check back for updates.

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