The U.S. Senate runoffs in Georgia are getting personal — with new advertising and more opposition research. Republican incumbent Sen. Kelly Loeffler’s campaign claims it will “expose” her Democratic opponent, the Rev. Raphael Warnock, as a “radical” socialist.Warnock also has gone on offense with two new TV ads. One accuses “billionaire” Loeffler of looking out for herself during the coronavirus pandemic by dumping stocks, while the other features Warnock talking about his priorities for affordable health care and a living wage.”Kelly Loeffler may think that’s radical, I think it’s common sense,” Warnock says. In addition to the Loeffler-Warnock race, a second Georgia runoff on Jan. 5 pits incumbent GOP Sen. David Perdue against Democrat Jon Ossoff.Follow below for updates. Mobile users click here.