While Democrat Raphael Warnock has been declared the winner in his runoff election against incumbent Republican Kelly Loeffler, Spalding County voters cast the majority of their ballots for Republican candidates.

According to the county’s unofficial and incomplete results, 57% of the county’s registered voters cast ballots in Tuesday’s election.

In the race between incumbent Republican Senator David Perdue and Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff, Perdue received 15,935 (59.27%) votes in Spalding County, while Ossoff received 10,951 (40.73%) votes.

In the other Senatorial runoff, Loeffler received 15,850 (58.95%) of the county’s votes, and Warnock received 11,039 (41.05%) votes.

According to the latest statewide numbers released by the Secretary of State’s office with 100% of precincts reporting, Ossoff received 50.21% of the votes to Perdue’s 49.79%.

“I will give everything I’ve got to ensuring that Georgia’s interests are represented in the U.S. Senate,” Ossoff said in a video thanking supporters.

With 100% of precincts reporting, Warnock received 50.63% of the votes, while Loeffler received 49.37%.

“Everyday I am in the United States Senate, I will fight for you. I will fight for your family,” Warnock said Tuesday night.

In the Public Service Commission District 4 runoff, Republican incumbent Lauren Bubba McDonald received 50.77% of statewide votes, and challenger Democrat Daniel Blackmon received 49.23% of the votes.

Spalding County Elections Supervisor Marcia Ridley said Spalding County’s votes will be validated Jan. 11.