Democratic Senator Warnock wins Georgia runoff against Trump-backed Walker

Democratic senator warnock wins georgia runoff against trump-backed walker

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Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock defeated Trump-backed Republican challenger Herschel Walker in a Georgia runoff election Tuesday,

The win ensures Democrats an outright majority in the Senate for the rest of President Joe Biden’s term and helping cap an underwhelming midterm cycle for the GOP in the last major vote of the year.

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