The Whereabouts of US Politics Will Be Decided on January 5th, 2021!
Joe Biden won the US Presidential Election, but Trump’s aim is already 4 years down the line.
Without leaving the Republican dominance in the Senate, Trump won’t be able to play a major role in the Republican Party and won’t be able to challenge the presidential election four years later.
And the key to that is Georgia.
In the Senate elections held in Georgia on November 3rd, none of the candidates received 50% of the votes, resulting in an unusual double-final vote.
Currently, he Senate election is currently winning 48 seats each for Democracy and Republican, and while counting is ongoing in North Carolina and Alaska, the Republican incumbent is expected to win in both states.
For the Democratic Party to win 50 seats in the Senate, it needs to win both seats in Georgia.
If that happens, the Democratic Party will be the Senate majority, as the next Vice President Kamala Harris has the right to vote in the case of equal numbers.
Everything will be decided on January 5th, 2021.
Democratic candidate, Jon Ossoff
Democratic candidate, Raphael Warnock
US Senate, Georgia Two to Vote-Leave a Road to Democratic Majority (Bloomberg) (Japanese)
Double Final in Georgia, a High Hurdle to Win the US Democratic Senate Majority (Japanese)