In order to decide which party controls the Senate in US, President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden have implored Georgia voters to turn out for elections on Tuesday.

This development has come in the midst of the duelling crisis as Mr Trump, a Republican, and Mr Biden, a Democrat, said the vote would shape America for years to come, BBC reports.

So far, nearly 40% of the state’s registered voters have been recorded which emerged from more than three million Georgians that casted their ballots.

Meanwhile, democrats will control all of the Congress and the White House if they win

On economic, Asian shares plunged early on Tuesday amid the political uncertainty in the world’s biggest economy, with the Senate on a knife-edge.

Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, Republican Senate incumbents in Georgia, are fighting for their political lives against two Democratic challengers, Jon Ossoff and Reverend Raphael Warnock.

In reaction to the situation, Mr Biden said, “Georgia, the whole nation is looking to you,” at a drive-in rally in Atlanta on Monday.

He also emphasized that control of the Senate would mould prospects for his incoming administration.