No pressure, Georgia: On the cusp of Senate runoffs to shape Biden's presidency

ATLANTA — For nine weeks, Georgians have been pummeled with ads, mailers, text messages, phone calls and urgent pleas from friendly door-knockers with one unifying message: Vote in Tuesday’s runoffs. Celebrities have danced to salsa music at sprawling parking lots, staged concerts outside massive gun stores, recreated musicals and movies. Big name politicos have trekked to exurban dive bars, streetside barbecue joints and rural fairgrounds. By Tuesday’s vote, President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden will each have visited twice. And the candidates have implored Georgians to vote at…

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