ATLANTA (AP) — The most competitive election cycle in decades could confirm Georgia as a swing state or leave Republicans still in control.
After weeks of early balloting, voters on Tuesday will finish deciding whether the state awards its electoral votes to Democrat Joe Biden or again supports President Donald Trump.
Also closely contested are two U.S. Senate races and two House races in the Atlanta suburbs.
All 14 congressional districts and all of Georgia’s state House and Senate seats are also on the ballot.
Voters will also decide two Public Service Commission races and three ballot questions, in addition to local races