Karl Rove said if Ossoff doesn't get the 50% needed to avoid a runoff the question turns to where he finished. If the candidate is in the high 40s it looks like he will win the runoff, if he's in the low 40s then the Republican candidate will win.
Rove also spoke about voter enthusiasm and noted a higher percentage of Democratic voters turned out for last week's Kansas special election than Republicans did, compared to the 2016 election.
"I am concerned," Rove said on FOX News Tuesday. "Newt Gingrich won that district in 1978. It's been in Republican hands ever since. It's a tough hill to climb but there is a chance, I don't think it is going to happen, but I think that there is a chance that the Democrat (Jon Ossoff) could win 50% and avoid the runoff."