Here is a rap that explains the Georgia Senate race

Come tomorrow, either Rep. Jack Kingston or businessman David Perdue will be elected to fill the U.S. Senate seat opened by Saxby Chambliss' retirement, after a months-long race involving mudslinging, millions of dollars and -- bizarrest of all -- an uptick in voter turnout relative to previous state history and the national trend.

Anyway! The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Washington D.C. correspondent, Daniel Malloy, has turned all of this information into a rap song. It is one minute and 37 seconds and includes lyrics such as "The winner moves on to face Michelle Nunn/Raising stacks on stacks on stacks/Across the nation."

Malloy also has words for other elections around the state. For some reason he is wearing sunglasses.