BOSTON (AP) — President Joe Biden made phone calls with fellow Democrats Friday for Sen. Raphael Warnock’s runoff election, delivering hot coffee to volunteers, too, and thanking them for their work. But this busy phone bank was nowhere near Georgia. Days before Georgia polls close on Tuesday, Biden still has no plans to visit Warnock’s state. Instead, the president aimed to help Democrats land their 51st Senate seat from afar as he stopped by a Massachusetts union hall and hen headed to a fundraiser for the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee. That committee has spent millions of dollars to boost Warnock’s campaign over Republican challenger Herschel Walker.