Posted at Ballot Access News
With 96% of Georgia’s precincts reporting, the U.S. Senate results are: Chambliss (R) 49.9%, Martin (D) 46.7%, Buckley (Libt.) 3.4%. Georgia is the only state in which no one can be deemed elected to any statewide post (other than president) without 50% of the vote (also, Vermont has that rule for Governor, and Louisiana has it for state office, but not federal office). It seems somewhat likely the state will need a runoff in December, although this is far from certain. See this article. Thanks to David Gillespie for the link.
However, even if the Democrats win the Georgia runoff, they are still unlikely to get 60 Senate seats, thus will not have a filibuster-proof majority.