Why Some Georgia Voters Split Their Ballots Between Democrats And Republicans

Georgia Sens.-elect Rev. Raphael Warnock (left) and Jon Ossoff before a campaign stop on Jan. 4. While the pair ran as a ticket, Warnock garnered nearly 20,000 more votes, in part due to many conservative voters

Even though both parties ran unified campaigns, nearly 20,000 Georgians appear to have split their votes in the two races, between Democrat Raphael Warnock and Republican David Perdue.

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