Trump's lead shrinks in Georgia; Sen. Perdue braces for runoff
GOP Sen. David Perdue and Democrat Jon Ossoff (Facebook)

ATLANTA — Joe Biden pulled within about 15,000 votes of President Donald Trump in Georgia early Thursday as election workers counted tens of thousands of absentee ballots, while U.S. Sen. David Perdue prepared for a January runoff against Democrat Jon Ossoff.Trump’s once-formidable lead over Biden steadily shrank throughout Wednesday as the count of mail-in ballots continued, giving Democrats a chance to carry Georgia for the first time in a White House race since 1992.Perdue fell slightly below the 50% threshold as ballots from metro Atlanta and Chatham County were tallied. The Republican’s c...

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