IIn no country was the presidential election tighter than in Georgia, where Joe Biden is ahead of President Donald Trump with 14,122 votes after the first round of the count. Since Friday, at the request of the Republicans, a recount of all five million ballots has taken place, and this by hand.
According to the responsible Secretary of State and election officer Brad Raffensperger, the recount must be completed by November 20, the day Georgia must officially certify the result.
But after the election is before the election. Because on January 5th there will be a runoff election for the two Senate seats. And this time it’s about more than just a seat. It’s about control of the Senate, about how powerful Joe Biden will be as US President.