The Georgia Senate candidate ranted about trans people at a Sunday rally, then dropped an anti-trans ad on Monday.
With the prospect of split control of Congress, and incredibly thin margins in both chambers, what happens next?
The GOP senate candidate has repeatedly touted his anti-abortion views. Now an ex-girlfriend says he urged her to have an abortion, and paid for it.
The ad features a clip of Walker admitting he put a gun to his then-wife’s head.
With more than 99% of the vote counted, Ossoff leads Perdue by 50.2% - 49.8%, a margin of more than 16,000 votes.
A victory puts Democrats one seat shy of Senate control, with Democrat Jon Ossoff looking like the favorite over Republican Sen. David Perdue.
"People don’t see us as people; they see us as things," said Sundance, of the Cleveland chapter of the American Indian Movement.
The state cast more ballots during the first day of in-person voting than it did in for the same day of the November election.