In his victory speech, Warnock said that he won in spite of voter suppression. Stories of Georgia voters waiting for hours in long lines that wrapped around buildings, he said, were “most certainly not a sign voter suppression does not exist.”

The early figures suggested that, nationally, the Black population in the elections for the midterms fell to the lowest level since 2006 in particular states like Georgia. Black voter participation could be explained by many things…


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