With another Democratic party presidential debate being held tomorrow at the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, focus naturally turns to Georgia and its importance in the 2020 election cycle. Is Georgia a “swing state” up for grabs? Both parties are “doing the math” after looking at turnout numbers to answer that question.

In the meantime, historic amounts of money will be pouring into Georgia for the presidential race as well as the two U.S. Senate races that will also be on the November general election ballot.

Let’s look at those numbers. 

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