Democrat Raphael Warnock leading the elections against Republican Kelly Loeffler, although with wafer-thin margin. Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican David Perdue are at a deadlock. Thousands of votes are to be counted in the suburbs like Atlanta which are expected to go heavily for the Democrats. Results are expected to be declared by lunchtime on Wednesday i.e. about 17:00 GMT. Democrats need a win from both the seats which will raise their tally to 50 which is the half of the numbers in the Senate. Democratic Vice-President Kamala Harris will be having a tie-breaking vote. After the win, Democrats will be having control over Congress after 2009, when there was the Barak Obama regime.
If confirmed, Raphael Warnock would be the 1st black senator for the state of Georgia and the 11th black senator in the US history and Mr Ossoff,33, would be the youngest senate's member since Mr Biden in 1973.
Exit polls results are showing the dead-heat race between the competitors where 49% of Georgian wants Republicans to have control over Congress while 48% wants Democrats. These elections are being conducted because candidates from these seats were not able to get 50% of the votes in the November elections. Exit polls from Edison Research show that there is a fall in a number of voters who are confident about their votes. 70% of the voters leaving the booth are very or somewhat confident their votes would be counted accurately. In November's Presidential election it was near 85%.