First-Time Voters, Election Fatigue and Race All Wildcard Factors in Georgia's Senate Runoff Races

More than 120,000 Georgians who did not vote in November have cast ballots in the state’s hotly-contested U.S. Senate runoff election. Some of those are first-time voters, including some who just turned 18. NBCLX storyteller Chase Cain breaks down this wildcard group, and also explains how voter exhaustion and race may also play a role in the election results.