The Democratic Party of the United States won two seats in the Senate elections in Georgia, thereby establishing complete control over both houses of Congress. This is evidenced by the calculations of the TV channel CNN.
According to preliminary data, Democrats John Ossoff and Rafael Warnock received 50.2 and 50.6 percent of the vote, respectively. The election results have not yet been officially announced. If he wins, Warnock will become the first black senator from Georgia in the history of the state.
At the moment, Democrats already control the House of Representatives. With two mandates from Georgia, the Democratic Party will receive 50 of the 100 seats in the upper house of Congress. After Joe Biden's inauguration, his vice-president Kamala Harris will also take over as chairman of the Senate, thereby ensuring the majority of his party members.
Formerly incumbent US President Donald Trump refused to вЂњgiveвЂќ the White House to his successor, President-elect Joe Biden. He promised to arrange a вЂњhell of a battleвЂќ for the presidency if Democratic Party members вЂњtake overвЂќ the Senate and the White House.