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Georgia Democratic Senator-elected Raphael Warnock said Wednesday morning he hadn’t heard from outgoing GOP Senator Kelly Loeffler hours after her runoff was called in Warnock’s favor.

“No, I haven’t heard from her, but I do hear from the people of Georgia, and people feel a sense of hope this morning.” Warnock told CBS this morning.

Senator-elected Raphael Warnock says he has not yet heard from outgoing Senator Loeffler:

“I hear from the people of Georgia, and people feel a sense of hope this morning.” pic.twitter.com/zf68zoIaKZ

– The recount (@therecount) January 6, 2021

Shortly after midnight, Loeffler refused to admit when she addressed a small crowd of supporters, though Warnock’s victory was far from certain.

Obviously, Trump taught her to count. Time to admit it, Karen.

– @ ♂️ (@ SBS0311) January 6, 2021

“It will be a late night again,” she said. “As you all know, there are many voices out there. We have a way to win and we will stick to it. … This is a customs game. We will win this election. “

A short time later, Warnock gave a victory speech in which he paid tribute to his mother Verlene. Warnock will be the first black senator in Georgian history and the first black Democrat to win a Senate seat in the south since rebuilding.

Warnock begins his speech by talking about his mother. pic.twitter.com/a4F6hFOPOl

– Haleigh Hoffman (@HaleighHoffman) January 6, 2021

“The other day, because this is America, the 82-year-old hands who used to pick someone else’s cotton went to the polls and chose their youngest son to be the United States Senator,” Warnock said.

As a black teenager growing up in Waycross, GA in the 1950s, my mother picked someone else’s cotton. Today, those 82 year old hands selected their son to be a United States Senator from Georgia. God bless them and God bless America. pic.twitter.com/8nb9Jn2qqS

– Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock (@ReverendWarnock) December 17, 2020

Check out Warnock’s full victory speech below.

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