The data used by the New York Times to display their interactive page of results was both useful and problematic in the 2020 election. But analyses of it existed, and were the basis of some conpiracy theories and rebuttals.
It's not clear how close the the Georgia run-off election will be, but in the somewhat inevitable situation that there might be some questions, I'm copying the data at one minute intervals for future analysis.
The data seems rather different to the general election. In particular there is per-county data broken down into various subset of actual vote counts. Previously we simply had a vote total for the entire state, and percentage breakdowns.
I'm hopeful this data will be useful in throwing light both on how this run-off election progressed, but also how the count might have progressed in the general election.
However, for now I'm just going to keep downloading, and see what issues people raise.