By taking their respective races, Warnock and Ossoff not only flipped Georgia blue for the Sewer I Can Make Masks What’s Your Superpower Shirt Also,I will get this first time in decades—repeating the achievement of Joe Biden in the presidential race in November—but also gave the Democratic Party control of both the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives for the first time since 2010. The actual balance will be 50-50 for each party, but Vice President Kamala Harris, in her role as president of the Senate, will hold the tiebreaker in any floor votes. Those majorities, and the relegation of the obstructionist Mitch McConnell to the largely powerless role of minority leader, will give President Joe Biden enormous leverage as he embarks on his legislative agenda starting on January 20.
The 33-year-old Ossoff becomes the Sewer I Can Make Masks What’s Your Superpower Shirt Also,I will get this youngest person elected to the Senate since Joe Biden in 1972. The stakes of this election were reflected in the huge voter turnout. More than 4 million Georgians voted in Tuesday’s race — around 3 million of them in advance balloting — a startling and history-making number for a runoff race. And as with Joe Biden’s victory in November, much of the credit on Tuesday night went to Stacey Abrams, who, since losing her own race for governor in 2018, has spent the past two years organizing and registering voters in Georgia, particularly African American voters, and helping them get to the polls. As the journalist Steven Beschloss tweeted, Abrams “could have responded to her loss as Governor and turn away in frustration. Instead, she doubled down to confront voter suppression and drive voter registration and turnout. We all owe her a big debt of gratitude.” And the New York Times columnist Kara Swisher tweeted, “If revenge is a dish best served cold, then @staceyabrams is serving up a massive liquid nitrogen ice cream sundae to the GOP of Georgia tonight.”Every four years in the first week of January, House and Senate members assemble in the House chambers for a joint session of Congress to carry out the ceremonial task of counting the Electoral College votes cast in the previous November’s election and formally proclaim a new president. It’s a tradition that goes back to the Founding Fathers and confirms this country’s enduring commitment to the peaceful transfer of power. But this year, in the waning days of the Trump presidency—one that has riven the country in unprecedented ways—this ceremony is being turned into a cynical act of performance art by a clutch of Republican senators and representatives determined to flout the Constitution in a calculated and possibly seditious attempt to advance their own political careers.