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Want to fight back against Trump and scare the hell out of Republicans in Congress at the same time? Here's how: One of the first congressional election of the Trump era is going to be Georgia, for the seat of former GOP Rep. Tom Price, who resigned his seat to become Trump's secretary of Health and Human Services—aka the man who will lead the GOP's repeal of Obamacare.

Flipping this seat from red to blue would send shockwaves through Congress—and replacing Trump's anti-Obamacare point man with a Democrat would be an amazing little cherry on top.

Jon Ossoff is an investigative filmmaker who worked for civil rights legend—and Trump antagonist—Rep. John Lewis. Now, Georgia Democrats are rallying to him.

This is a red district with deep anti-Trump sentiments. Mitt Romney won here 61-37 margin in 2012, but Trump could only scrape by with a 48-47 win—a stunning 23-point collapse for the GOP, and a huge opportunity for Democrats today.

Can you chip in $5 to Democrat Jon Ossoff to help flip this seat from red to blue?

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