As expected the Senate runoff in Georgia was a nail-biter. And while there is still a small margin of outstanding votes to count, several outlets have called at least one of the races.

Reverend Raphael Warnock declared victory in his race against Kelly Loeffler around 12:35 am Wednesday morning saying, “I am going to the Senate to work for all of Georgia.”

Warnock becomes the first Black Senator in Georgia history.

The other Senate race is considered too close to call. At the time of this post, Republican David Perdue leads Jon Ossoff by just about 1200 votes. But the bulk of the outstanding votes are expected to heavily lean Democrat.

If Ossoff wins, he would become the youngest Senator in the last 40 years.

A win by both Warnock and Ossoff would mean an equal split in the Senate with 50 Democrats and 50 Republicans. With soon-to-be Vice President Kamala Harris able to cast tie-breaking votes, that would give the Democrats control of the Senate. As of now though the Ossoff race is considered too close to call.