The truth is that this loss, much like his own last November 3, is on Donald Trump.
The loss of the Republican Senate would not have happened without the character flaws that have always been the principal drawback to Trump’s leadership.
Ossoff's victory comes after Raphael Warnock defeated Kelly Loeffler, with Democrats sweeping the critical Senate runoffs.
Democratic control of the Senate would make it more likely that progressives could push radical abortion policies through Congress.
The most recent poll in the state shows both races in a dead heat.
Despite the president-elect’s assertions, Loeffler and Perdue came out in favor of the $2,000 checks last week.
NR traveled to Loeffler’s three campaign stops in Atlanta’s suburbs on Tuesday. Here's what we saw.