In Georgia, a candidate must get at least 50% of the vote to win an election. In cases where no candidate gets 50% because of write-ins or multiple candidates, the leading two candidates must compete in a runoff election.
Impeachment is a declaration from the House of Representatives that Trump’s actions are unacceptable and must have consequences.
Impeachment is similar to a prosecutor charging someone with a criminal offense, in this case Incitement to Insurrection relating to the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021.
Voters in Georgia's runoff election for the Senate can use “Provisional” ballots to vote if one (or more) of these issues comes up: You don’t have the right ID when you get to the polls. You registered to vote by mail without an ID, and this is the first time you are voting since then. You don’t appear on the registered voter list when you think you should. You arrive to vote after 7:01 pm on Jan 5th, and the voting place has remained open late.