In the seemingly the final debate before the two Georgia runoff elections, US Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler will face off with Democratic challenger Reverend Raphael Warnock on Sunday.

Meanwhile, Republican Senator David Perdue, who will be hoping to hold on to the other Georgia seat on January 5, has opted out of debating his Democratic challenger Jon Ossoff again ahead of the runoff, as per Reuters.

Georgia, which is set to decide control of the upper chamber of Congress, has not elected a Democratic US senator in 20 years.

However, President-elect Joe Biden’s narrow win the November 3 election has given Democrats hope. They face an uphill battle, though, and will need to win both races to deny Republicans a Senate majority that could end up blocking most of Biden’s legislative agenda.

As per Reuters reports, incumbent Senator Loeffler, in a series of attack ads, has sought to portray Warnock as a dangerous radical who is anti-police, anti-Israel, “Marxist” and tied to Jeremiah Wright and an infamous sermon in which the Black Chicago pastor declared: “God damn America!”

However, Warnock argued that Loeffler’s campaign is trying to frighten people by taking things he has said out of context. 

When and where is the debate?

The debate between Loeffler and Warnock is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. EST (0000 GMT on Monday) at the Atlanta Press Club.

Who is the moderator?

The debates will be moderated by WAGA-TV/Fox5 anchor Russ Spencer, according to the Atlanta Press Club.