In Georgia, the Augusta-Aiken media market has come the closest, in terms of vote share, to how the state voted as a whole.
A runoff in Georgia does not spell doom for Democrats, but instead presents just as many issues for the GOP as it does Democrats.
Democrats plan to seize on Georgia’s changing political landscape. Republicans, meanwhile, are seeking to prove that the 2018 elections were a fluke.
Comparing these two swing states shows how dire the situation is for Georgia Republicans and how a blue Georgia might be closer than we think.
Almost all analysts believe that the “tipping point” state will be either Wisconsin or Arizona, but this narrow view of the map is short sighted. There is one state that is in the sunbelt, it’s blue trending, nearly saw a Dem breakthrough in 2018, and it’s not Texas. It’s Georgia.