Americans across race, place of origin and zip code turned out in record numbers to stand with and for each other, despite the pandemic and deliberate barriers from day-long lines to the elimination of drop boxes. Even so, voters overwhelmingly chose Biden/Harris to move forward together toward a better future. Biden’s total vote advantage is over 5 million, he won the Electoral College, and he received more votes than any candidate in US history.
The will of the people is clear: Every voice, every vote, was heard. The people have chosen new leadership and will swear in a government of, by, and for the people. As America strives to move forward with unity and cooperation, let’s come together and focus on addressing challenges, like COVID, facing the country.
The outcome of the Georgia US Senate runoff races will determine the ability of a new Biden Administration to effectively begin the hard work January 20, 2021. It is vital that the country assist with these races however possible from anywhere, to move forward. Here’s a short rundown of how those interested citizens located outside Georgia can help.
Important Georgia US Senate runoff dates
Now: Georgia residents can request their mail-in ballot
December 7: Voter registration deadline
December 14: Start of early vote
January 5, 2021: Election Day
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Volunteer with Fair Fight Action: stay tuned here.
Volunteer directly with the US Senate campaigns:
Rev. Raphael Warnock: https://www.mobilize.us/warnockforgeorgia/
Jon Ossoff: https://www.mobilize.us/electjon/
Donate: Ways to invest in Georgia
Contribute to Fair Fight PAC
Contribute to Fair Fight, and the Ossoff and Warnock Senate campaigns in one contribution.
Contribute to the candidates individually below:
- Jon Ossoff Senate Campaign
- If interested in hosting an event, contact Caroline.Saudek@ElectJon.com
- Raphael Warnock Senate Campaign
- If interested in hosting an event, contact email@example.com
Share social media messages– find sample tweets here. Post examples:
“We must stay focused and follow the lead of local organizations. Go to GASenate.com to help Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock win back the Senate and ensure President-elect Joe Biden can pursue an agenda for the American people. Let’s get it done, again!”
“Georgians, early voting starts December 14. Whether you’re voting by mail or in-person, go to peachvote.com and MAKE A PLAN to vote now. Once you’ve made your plan, help somebody else make a plan. Don’t wait. And let’s get it done, again!”