Take Action: Georgia

Two Senate Seats, GA-06 House, GA-07 House

Georgia is the key to flipping the Senate with two Senate seats up for grabs (including the special election race for the seat held by Kelly Loffler who was appointed last year and was caught up with insider trading charges after she sold stock following an intelligence briefing on the risks of COVID 19). The other Senate seat is challenging incumbent David Perdue. There are also two key House races: holding the seat flipped in 2018 by Rep Lucy McBath, and the possibility of a further flip in the open GA 07 seat Carolyn Bourdeaux narrowly lost in 2018. These districts have changing demographics which also make them helpful with races up and down the ballot. Georgia is also considered a swing state in the presidential race.

Events

ONLINE-Phone Bank for Carolyn Bourdeaux to Flip GA-07

Online/Anywhere

The very right to vote is in question in Georgia. Carolyn Bourdeaux is running for the U.S. House in Georgia's 7th district and she is calling on all supporters to help inform her constituents that voted in the June primary election that if they want to vote by mail they need to request an absentee ballot.

ONLINE-Phone Bank for Carolyn Bourdeaux to Flip GA-07

Online/Anywhere

The very right to vote is in question in Georgia. Carolyn Bourdeaux is running for the U.S. House in Georgia's 7th district and she is calling on all supporters to help inform her constituents that voted in the June primary election that if they want to vote by mail they need to request an absentee ballot.

ONLINE-Phone Bank for Carolyn Bourdeaux to Flip GA-07

Online/Anywhere

The very right to vote is in question in Georgia. Carolyn Bourdeaux is running for the U.S. House in Georgia's 7th district and she is calling on all supporters to help inform her constituents that voted in the June primary election that if they want to vote by mail they need to request an absentee ballot.

ONLINE-Phone Bank for Carolyn Bourdeaux to Flip GA-07

Online/Anywhere

The very right to vote is in question in Georgia. Carolyn Bourdeaux is running for the U.S. House in Georgia's 7th district and she is calling on all supporters to help inform her constituents that voted in the June primary election that if they want to vote by mail they need to request an absentee ballot.

Contacts

Coordinator(s):
James Arena-DeRosa

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