Bevan: Republicans ‘Slight Favorites’ To Win Both Georgia Senate Runoff Elections


The upcoming Georgia U. S. Senate runoff elections are unlikely to produce a split decision, RealClearPolitics co-founder Tom Bevan told “Bill Hemmer Reports” Wednesday.

Bevan added to host Rick Leventhal that he made GOP Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue “slight favorites” to be returned to Washington, denying Democrats the slimmest possible majority in the upper chamber of Congress.

Georgia Republican Gov. Brian Kemp has urged his party’s voters to return to the polls on Jan. 5, though many GOP observers worry Republicans have lost trust in the state’s election system after Democrat Joe Biden narrowly won Georgia from President Trump in the November election.

Bevan noted that there have been 50,000 new voters casting ballots in Georgia early voting this time, and added that it is unclear whether they are backing the Republicans or Democrats.

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