Flip the Senate
George Skelley: We’re not sure exactly how many votes are still outstanding in Georgia and exactly where they are — a fuller picture should be available around lunchtime — but here’s what we do know. The New York Times estimates that about 73,000 ballots have yet to be counted, mostly in very blue counties (e.g., 19,000 in DeKalb, 11,000 in Fulton). Other media outlets have also reported that there are about 4,000 absenteevotes left in Fulton County and 3,000 left in Chatham County.
Jan. 6, 10:24 AM