Georgia Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Michelle Nunn (right) shakes hands with Republican candidate David Perdue following a debate Oct. 7, 2014 in Perry, Ga. (David Goldman/AP Photo)
Georgia Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Michelle Nunn (right) shakes hands with Republican candidate David Perdue following a debate Oct. 7, 2014 in Perry, Ga. (David Goldman/AP Photo) AP
Georgia Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Michelle Nunn (right) shakes hands with Republican candidate David Perdue following a debate Oct. 7, 2014 in Perry, Ga. (David Goldman/AP Photo) AP

Georgia seat – and U.S. Senate control – might require runoff

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