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Steve Kornacki And His Khakis Are Back To Help Navigate The Georgia Elections

The Georgia Senate elections are officially underway and, lucky for the world, everyone's favorite journalist is back to help them get through it.

NBC political correspondent and NFL playoff analyst Steve Kornacki is back to cover the historic election, and it's safe to say most people are excited to see his face and his signature khakis again.

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It's great to be back here for big election day. Steve Kornacki on MSNBC 

Kornacki gained widespread popularity after his incredibly devoted coverage of the United States Presidential Election back in November, which lasted for days.

Now the "Map Daddy" is back and fans are thrilled to see what he has in store for the Senate election in Georgia.

It is not yet known when votes will be counted and a decision made, but it's safe to say Kornacki will be there until the very end.

A Twitter hashtag was even created in his honor to help those on the social media platform find out what he is up to as the day goes on.

Since his famed November election coverage, Kornacki has been working as a correspondent for the NFL, providing commentary on the upcoming playoffs in what seems to be his comfort zone, standing next to a giant screen in khakis, a white shirt and a nice tie.

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