Voters hold prayer march at Capitol in Atlanta ahead of Tuesday’s runoffs

ATLANTA — Hundreds of religious voters flocked to downtown Atlanta on Saturday to pray outside the state Capitol ahead of Tuesday’s runoff elections. The Georgia Prayer March aimed “to encourage people to pray for the Georgia Senate elections” and unite Americans in “intense prayer,” according to organizers. The event, also called a prayer walk, was hailed as a nonpartisan event, but several speakers cast doubts on the validity of the November presidential race results while encouraging those in attendance to vote for incumbent Republican U.S. Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler this week. P…

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