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Brad Raffensperger, who was just re-elected Georgia Secretary of State, tells Brian Kilmeade that with less than 20,000 total votes to be counted, Georgia is preparing for a runoff in the Senate between Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker on Dec. 6. When asked who has the advantage, Raffensperger explained that historically, republicans typically do well in runoffs. Raffensperger believes that Governor Brian Kemp, who defeated Stacey Abrams for a second time, will be a big asset for Walker in the runoff because of the great job he has done in Georgia with the lowest unemployment in the country. Raffensperger also addressed the controversy Georgia faced over their election integrity. Raffensperger touted Georgia as the model for election integrity pointing to the increased turnout, taking only 47 seconds on average to check in voters with only 2-minute wait times.