When to expect Georgia Senate runoff results

Tim O'Donnell

There's a chance Georgia's highly anticipated Senate runoffs will be called as early as Tuesday night or Wednesday morning, The New York Times reports, but it's far from certain.

Indeed, Gabriel Sterling, the voting systems implementation manager for Georgia, told reporters he would bet "it was going to be a couple of days" before the smoke clears, though he did tell CNN to expect a "flood" of returns between 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. ET on Tuesday, which will likely reflect the large amount of early ballots that were scanned and processed before Jan. 5.

Check out more of Sterling's comments at CNN and read a breakdown of how the results "will trickle in" Tuesday night at The New York Times.

More stories from theweek.com
Trump claims he'll lead march to the Capitol, only to slip back to White House in motorcade
Woman reportedly shot at Capitol, protesters hold 'armed standoff' with police at House chamber door
Romney tells Republican colleagues 'this is what you've gotten' as Senate shelters in breached Capitol