It’s 7 o’clock, and as of now, the polls are closed in Georgia, although some will remain open for a while, until the last voter in line has cast a ballot. Now, it’s just a matter of time until the results start coming in, both here in Georgia and nationwide. Most pundits were predicting a Trump win here in the Peach state, but were less optimistic about his chances nationwide, citing a narrow path to victory. And then there’s this:
In case I wasn't clear enough from my previous tweets:
Hillary Clinton will be the next President of the United States. #ElectionNight
Of course, there are races over and beyond the presidential race. Statewide, we have Sen. Isakson vs. The Cap. There’s little doubt Isakson will win another term; the question is whether he can do it without a runoff. Lots of attention will be paid to how Georgians voted on the four constitutional amendments, especially Amendment 1 for the Opportunity School District. And then there are the local races for State House, State Senate, and County Commission seats thatwe’vetoldyouabout.
Let us know what you are seeing in the comments. To get you started, the AP shows that the earliest votes show Trump ahead of Clinton, 73,223 votes to 29,552 for Hillary. Turn out the lights, the party’s over.