For Stacey Abrams’s Birthday Today, Help Democrats Finish the Job in Georgia

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Friends – Democrats on the ground say they need “unprecedented, record-shattering turnout” to win Georgia’s two U.S. Senate runoffs in just a few weeks – and that’s exactly what’s starting to happen.

Already, requests for absentee ballots have more than quadrupled the previous record for Georgia runoff elections. Historic turnout like that has already booted Donald Trump out the White House, and if these numbers keep surging, it could cost Republicans the Senate, too.

But we HAVE to do more: Stacey Abrams’ legendary efforts have already helped register more than 800,000 Georgia voters, and her Fair Fight organization is on the ground now working to mobilize every Georgian they can against more than $177 million in right-wing spending so far.

Quickly: Split a donation right now between Stacey Abrams’s Fair Fight and the DLCC – help finish the job in Georgia and then elect more state Democrats everywhere >>

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When Joe Biden flipped Georgia for the first time in decades, just a few weeks ago, he did it by just a fraction of a point – and these Senate runoffs could be even closer.

But Democrats are inching closer to victory with every single ballot that gets cast. As Stacey Abrams herself put it not long ago, “we know we can win Georgia. Now let’s get it done, again.”

Push Democrats over the top right now: Split a donation between Stacey Abrams’s Fair Fight and the DLCC >>

Thanks,
DLCC Team

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