Georgia’S Unique Election Comes To A Nail-Biting End

PhotoA Surge of New VotersNearly 150,000 people have already cast ballots in early voting — nearly three times the early vote in April, when only 193,000 ballots were cast over all.
For all the early and absentee ballots already cast, the race is competitive enough that Election Day could prove decisive.
Those early returns will be more Republican this time, because nearly 50,000 Republican-leaning voters who cast ballots on Election Day in April decided to vote early in the runoff.
But Mr. Parnell had more money to spend than Mr. Norman in the final weeks, and some South Carolina Democrats expect a surprisingly competitive finish.
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