Polls closed at 7 p.m. in Georgia, where there are two competitive House races in the Atlanta suburbs and two competitive Senate races — a sign of the increasingly competitive nature of a once-solidly red state that is now up for grabs.
Recent polls show Joseph R. Biden Jr. with a slight edge in the state against President Trump. Two well-funded Democratic candidates, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, are running competitive races for both of the state’s Senate seats.
Representative Lucy McBath, the Democratic gun control and racial justice activist, is favored to win re-election in the Sixth Congressional District against Karen Handel, whom she narrowly beat in 2018. And in the Seventh Congressional District, which was once solidly red, Carolyn Bourdeaux, a Democrat, faces Rich McCormick, a physician and former Marine helicopter pilot, for a seat held by Representative Rob Woodall, a Republican who is retiring.