Georgia voters could determine control of the U.S. Senate

    Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger answers questions Wednesday at a well attended press conference that some national news outlets carried live. Georgia's pending presidential election is among those too close to be called. Jill Nolin/Georgia Recorder
    Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger answers questions Wednesday at a well attended press conference that some national news outlets carried live. Georgia's pending presidential election is among those too close to be called. Jill Nolin/Georgia Recorder

    WASHINGTON—Control of the U.S. Senate may depend on two runoff races in Georgia, where the outcome won’t be known until early January—opening the door to a fresh round of massive campaign spending in the Peach State.