Record Voter Turnout in Tight Georgia Race

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    Jan.05 — Georgia voters are turning out in record numbers to cast ballots in two runoff elections that will determine which party controls the Senate for the next two years. Leslie Vinjamuri, head of the U.S. and Americas Programme at Chatham House, talks about the battle between Republicans and Democrats and what’s at stake in an interview on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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