What the midterm elections mean for Georgia's legislature

Georgia State Capitol
The Georgia State Capitol building in Atlanta, Georgia. (Wikimedia Commons)

The story from Tuesday’s election for Georgia is more of a continuation of the same chapter in the state’s politics rather than a re-write of the entire book.

Republicans continue to dominate at the state level, securely holding control of the state House and Senate.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean business as usual under the Gold Dome, with a number of newcomers coming in for the next session.

Some of the highest profile positions are shifting and the overall makeup of those making the sausage at the capital is changing.

WABE politics reporter Rahul Bali breaks down what all this means.

Christopher Alston contributed to this report.