The November election is over, but there is another important one in Georgia in January that will have an effect on what happens in Washington. Two Senate seats are up for grabs, and if the Republicans win at least one of those seats, they control the senate. KDKA's Stacy Smith goes Around the Table on whether the president should go to Georgia to campaign for the Republicans.

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