Where the Warnock-Walker race stands with early voting underway in Georgia

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An early vote is underway in Georgia that promises to be a week and a half of intense campaigning between GOP Senate nominee Herschel Walker and incumbent Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock.
Walker and Warnock were forced to continue their campaigning into the Dec. 6 runoff after neither candidate won more than 50 percent of the vote in their closely-watched midterm election, and have since ramped up their campaign ads and fundraising efforts.
A Warnock win would mean Democrats would increase their razor-thin Senate majority, while a Walker win would leave their total at 50 seats, with Democratic Vice President Kamala Harris casting the casting vote.
Although Senate control is not at stake, as many have predicted, Georgia is seeing high turnout in the runoff.
Data from the Georgia Secretary of State's website showed early Sunday that around 90,000 voters had already cast their ballots a day after early voting began in some Georgia counties -- after the Georgia Supreme Court rejected a Republican bid to call for early voting to block on Saturday.
According to Warnock campaign manager Quentin Fulks, more Georgians voted on Sundays in the 2018, 2020 and 2022 general elections or the 2021 Senate runoff than on any other Sunday. The Hill has contacted the Georgia Secretary of State to confirm these dates.
Georgia boasted a record turnout throughout the half, with more than 143,000 votes cast on the first day of early voting before the general election.
Warnock has urged Georgians to "reemerge" to confirm the narrow 1-point lead he saw in the general election.
According to a report from CNBC, as of Nov. 16, Warnock had nearly three times as much money ready as his challenger.
On the first day of his runoff campaign, Walker reportedly raised $3.3 million for his runoff campaign. The Democratic Senators' Election Committee pledged $7 million for Warnock's runoff.
With the runoff election approaching, campaign rhetoric has also picked up speed again.
Warnock said the former NFL star is "majors in lies" and "doesn't mean business," while Walker called the incumbent a "hypocrite" and accused him of bowing to Democratic leadership, according to the Associated Press.
Warnock touted his character in a new TV ad after Walker defended himself against allegations of abuse by his ex-wife and claims by a former girlfriend that he paid for her abortion.
“Character is what you do when no one is looking. It's about doing the right thing, just because it's the right thing, and doing it over and over again," the Democrat said in a recent ad, without naming Walker.
But the Democrat slammed Walker more directly for his apparent contradictions about abortion.
Walker's supporters, on the other hand, have published an ad alleging Warnock's mismanagement of an Atlanta apartment building with a connection to his church.
Polls show the two candidates going head-to-head again in the runoff, although Walker appears to have a slight lead: The latest FiveThirtyEight polling averages put Walker 1 percentage point above Warnock, 47.8 percent to 46.8 percent.
Another poll released by AARP last week gave Walker a 4 percentage point lead, despite Warnock leading among voters aged 18 to 49.
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Herschel Walker
American football player and political candidate (born 1962)
Raphael Warnock
American pastor and politician (born 1969)

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