Votes were being counted Tuesday night after polls closed in the Georgia Senate runoff race between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Warnock. More than 1.7 million people cast their ballots during the early voting period, which was condensed this year following a change in state law last year. Brad Raffensperger, Georgia’s secretary of state, addressed that shortened window and why the legislature opted to change it. Hear what he had to say. #Georgia #Senate #politics Chris Cuomo hosts "CUOMO," a no-nonsense show featuring the day's most important news from all perspectives. "CUOMO" airs weeknights at 8 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. CT on NewsNation. NewsNation is your source for fact-based, unbiased news for all America. More from NewsNation: 🤍🤍newsnationnow.com/ Get our app: 🤍trib.al/TBXgYpp Find us on cable: 🤍trib.al/YDOpGyG How to watch on TV or streaming: 🤍trib.al/Vu0Ikij
These feckless republicans are whats killing the republican party. They bend the knee to every democrat demands. Play nice republicans while democrats use cut throat tactics
Stay by your phone, I predict another Trump call coming your way
It didn’t work lol 🖕🏾
We know what voter suppression is, sir.
Raff looks so tired. Poor guy
Maybe if y’all quit changing shit and let people vote people wouldn’t be thinking that the election was stolen
AP called it for Walker!
American Chinese don't want DEM win = COMMUNISM
blue win ; china win; russia win. Red win; China lost, Russia lost DEM=COMMUNISM
Keep Georgia blue 💙💙💙💙
Raffensperger lecturing Moron Trump, priceless Patriotism ☝️😅