Georgia Runoff Senate Elections – Live Odds and Updates

Jon Ossoff on stage

Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff is aiming to oust incumbent David Perdue from his Senate seat in Georgia today. (Photo by John Ramspott | Flickr)
  • The runoff Senate elections in Georgia today will determine which party controls the upper chamber
  • Raphael Warnock is favored over Kelly Loeffler, while the race between David Perdue and Jon Ossoff is neck-and-neck
  • See the live odds and updates, below

Millions of Georgians cast their ballots for the runoff Senate elections early, but today (Tuesday, Jan. 5th) is officially election day.

The two races see incumbent David Perdue (GOP) trying to fend off a challenge from Jon Ossoff (Dem), while Kelly Loeffler (GOP) hopes to pull an upset over Raphael Warnock (Dem).

Here is where the odds currently stand.

Live Odds – Georgia Senate Runoffs

Candidate Odds to Win Seat
Raphael Warnock (Dem) -185
Kelly Loeffler (GOP) +140
Candidate Odds to Win Seat
Jon Ossoff (Dem) -130
David Perdue (GOP) +100
Party Odds to Control Senate
Republican -135
Democrat +105

Odds as of 3:41 pm ET, Jan. 5th.

Live Updates:

  • [3:41 pm ET] Ossoff’s odds have improved from -120 to -130 while Perdue has faded from -110 to +100. The odds to control the Senate are now GOP (-135) and DEM (+105).
  • [3:17 pm ET] No change over the past hour.
  • [2:24 pm ET] Ossoff is back to being a small favorite (-120) over Perdue (-110). Loeffler’s odds have improved from +150 to +140 while Warnock’s faded from -200 to -185. The odds to control the Senate at the end of the day are off the board at present.
  • [12:11 pm ET] David Perdue came into election day as a slight underdog (-110 vs -120) but he is now a slight favorite (-130 vs +100) in what promises to be an extremely close race.
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