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Warnock v Walker reaches the home stretch
by Tre Duarte

Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker are winding down their activities as Tuesday’s runoff election has finally arrived.

Both parties said it will be close in the closely divided state. Democrats are quick to say -- and warn -- a Walker victory is not out of the question.

But from Warnock’s first-place finish in the first round of voting to scattered polling and temperature checks of Democratic and GOP operatives, Warnock heads into Election Day as at least a slight favorite to win a full six-year term.

Over the weekend, Warnock had the heavier schedule of the two: On Saturday and Sunday, he sprinted to six events in various cities, while also delivering a sermon at Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he serves as senior pastor and told parishoners that “voting is a form of prayer.”

Warnock warned repeatedly on the campaign trail that record-breaking turnout in the early voting period does not guarantee victory. Democrats have been encouraged that the large early vote totals mean a significant portion of their voters have already cast ballots — and that Republicans will need to make up serious ground on Election Day turnout.

 





 
 

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