Voters stand in line outside of a library along a road.
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Voters stand outside Fulton County Library System's Ponce De Leon Branch to vote during the first week of in-person early voting.
Credit: Sam Bermas-Dawes, GPB News

Thursday on Political Rewind: The latest polls all point to a similar conclusion — former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump are neck-and-neck in the race to win Georgia. Close Senate races mirror what looks to be a tight presidential election as Democrats hope to win the state for the first time in decades.

Also: In an election season with no lack of partisan attacks, Republican Senate candidates Rep. Doug Collins and Sen. Kelly Loeffler continue to sling mud. What does the tumultuous free-for-all primary reveal of the rift in the GOP?

In this election season's races, how crucial will Hispanic and Latinx voters be? We took a closer look with our panel of insiders and experts.

Panelists:

Dr. Alan Abramowitz — Professor of political science, Emory University

Mariela Romero — Journalist and Regional Community Empowerment Director, Univision

Kevin Riley — Editor, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution