Why the ground game matters even more in Georgia’s Senate runoffs

ATLANTA — On a frigid weekday morning, Claudia Eisenburg wielded her smartphone like a compass pointing her toward the next household in Peachtree City where she’d find voters likely to back the Republican candidates in next month’s U.S. Senate runoffs in Georgia. She’s become something of an expert on voter canvassing, estimating that she and six friends from the Fayette County GOP have knocked on roughly 4,000 doors since July. But with Jan. 5 contests determining control of the Senate, each trip to a doorstep has taken on new urgency. Two days earlier in Clarkston, roughly three dozen Afric…

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