Tea Party Patriots Action, a non-profit conservative activist group, is urging patriots to become volunteer poll watchers ahead of the Georgia run-off election.
“Americans want secure, transparent, trustworthy elections,” Tea Party Patriots Action notes on its website. “As an American citizen, you have the right to be involved in the process, and it is through your involvement that we can all have more faith in election results.”
Those interested in volunteering with the group to help secure a “fair and honest election” in the battleground state can sign up here.
On Tuesday, every major Republican candidate won comfortably in the Georgia elections. Even Brian Kemp won a second time against Democrat darling Stacey Abrams.
Everyone but Herschel Walker.
Democrat incumbent Sen. Raphael WarnockWarnock allegedly defeated Walker on Tuesday but did not reach the 50 percent threshold required to win the race outright.
According to the latest unofficial and incomplete returns, Warnock was at 49.4 percent, Walker at 48.5 percent, finishing roughly 35,000 votes behind Warnock, Fox News reports.
Under Georgia law, candidates must face off in a runoff if neither garner over 50 percent of the vote in the general election. During the runoff, the candidate with the most votes wins.
Georgia’s Secretary of State’s office confirmed Wednesday that the Senate election would be determined in a runoff.
The runoff in the battleground state will be held on December 6.
The race could determine control of the Senate for the second consecutive election cycle unless one party wins both of the pending tightly contested Senate races in Arizona and Nevada.
Senate control also came down to Georgia in 2020.
Democrats gained a majority in the chamber after winning two runoff elections in the battleground state.