Sen. Raphael Warnock on Tuesday won the runoff election in Georgia, bringing the Senate into a true Democrat majority.

The Senate had been tied at 50-50 with Vice President Kamala Harris breaking any tied votes. However, with Warnock’s win and Democrats picking up a seat in Pennsylvania with John Fetterman’s win over Mehmet Oz, Democrats now have a 51-49 majority.

This will end the current power sharing agreement reached between the parties at the beginning of the Congress, where committee assignments are evenly split. That arrangement made it more difficult for Democrats to confirm some judicial nominees as well as presidential appointments.

Sen. Warnock will now serve a full six-year Senate term and will not be up for reelection until 2028.