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GA-Sen A & B: President Obama Keeps Up Momentum To Give President-Elect Biden A Senate Majority

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Thrillist also provides a list  of actions you can do to get ready for the runoffs. Click here to read more.

The Washington Post points out that the grassroots organizations that helped Biden win are determined to help Ossoff and Warnock win their runoffs:

For Deborah Scott, executive director of Georgia Stand-Up, it's as if Election Day never ended.
The get-out-the-vote efforts of civic engagement groups like hers, which helped Joe Biden become the first Democratic presidential candidate to win the state in nearly three decades, have been ongoing since Nov. 3. The group is still knocking on doors, calling voters and signing up new registrants, with a big push involving 100 volunteers planned for this weekend. Another group that works to mobilize voters of color set up tables at a recent high school graduation to register newly eligible young voters. A third group is reaching voters at transit stations.
The efforts are a continuation of the groups’ relentless push to register, engage and turn out voters ahead of a pair of high-stakes Senate runoffs on Jan. 5, which will determine which party controls the Senate and potentially whether a President Biden will be able to enact an ambitious agenda or be blocked by a restive upper chamber.

Click below to donate and get involved with Ossoff, Warnock and these Georgia groups efforts:

Jon Ossoff

Raphael Warnock

Click here to help sign up new voters in Georgia.

Georgia Democratic Party

Georgia House Democrats

Fair Fight

Georgia Blue Project

Our American Dreams PAC

Georgia Stand-Up

New Georgia Project


Woke Vote

Amplify Action

Mijente PAC

Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights

Black Voters Matter

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