As of 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday morning, the race was still too close to call. Major areas like Atlanta, Savannah, and Columbus still have outstanding ballots yet to be counted.
Though Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker could head to a runoff for Georgia’s U.S. Senate race, Walker’s performance, particularly in a reliably redder area of the state, was somewhat underwhelming on Tuesday.
In nearly every southeast Georgia county, voters overwhelmingly chose Governor Brian Kemp over Stacey Abrams, but then opted not to vote for anyone in the U.S. Senate race or crossed over the ballot to another political party.
An outlier, in Montgomery County, there was no drop off between the Governor’s race and the U.S. Senate race. But Kemp garnered 95 more votes than Walker, meaning 95 voters in Montgomery County opted for Warnock or the Libertarian choice, Chase Oliver.
Note: Chatham County details are with 97% of precincts reporting and the 12:04a.m. update on 11/9/22 – the most recent data available at the time of publishing.