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    Steve Kornacki: Changing demographics in Atlanta area helped Warnock's campaign

    08:43
  • Final election of 2022 midterms decided

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  • Maddow: Voters teach GOP the lessons they won't learn on their own

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  • Warnock celebrates win: 'The people have spoken'

    02:06
  • Herschel Walker: 'We put up one heck of a fight' in Georgia Senate runoff

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  • Walker loss extends list of Trump-backed candidate failures

    02:06
  • Raucous celebration at Warnock HQ as news orgs project victory

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  • Spike Lee rallies crowd at Warnock party as votes are counted

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  • Reflected in Georgia's blue shift: a national demographic 'inflection point'

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  • 'Focus on the voter' key for organizers getting out the vote in Georgia

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  • Charlie Sykes: Trump walking back call to terminate Constitution ‘is a classic case of gaslighting’

    08:44
  • Trump bomb rattles GOP, threatens McCarthy power play

    05:27
  • Eugene Daniels: Georgia runoffs were ‘intended to make sure that Black people’s vote was suppressed’

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  • All eyes on Georgia as Election Day gets underway in runoff

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  • Steve Kornacki: GOP in Georgia needs to pull rabbit out of hat in terms of voter turnout

    06:33
  • Final battle of the 2022 midterms

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  • Rep. Williams: Warnock is only candidate with ‘competence’ to lead Georgia

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  • Voting activist: The more Herschel Walker talks the more people are inspired to vote

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  • Warnock: Race against Walker is not about Republican vs. Democrat, it's right vs. wrong

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  • Trump WH aide to MSNBC: Violent insurrection was 'criminal'

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What’s really going on with the crime rate

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Republicans midterm message is largely focused on crime, along with immigration and inflation. But they leave out some crucial information as they attack Democratic opponents for their approach to crime. We talk to Third Way’s Jim Kessler about their study, “The Red State Murder Problem.”