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Contribute now to win the Georgia secretary of state runoff!

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We're headed to overtime! Because no candidate took a majority of the vote on Nov. 6, Democrat John Barrow will head to a Dec. 4 runoff against Republican Brad Raffensperger in Georgia's critical race for secretary of state.


And just how critical is it? We all saw how Georgia's previous secretary of state, Republican Brian Kemp, did everything in his power to suppress the vote in his race for governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams—which he won by just a single point.


If Barrow wins, Georgia voters can look forward to fair elections that are administered impartially. But if Republicans prevail, you can bet they'll continue to pull out every dirty trick in the book to keep Democrats and people of color from voting.


The 2018 elections showed that Georgia is trending purple—and that Democrats can win here in the future. But to keep this path open, we need to make sure everyone can easily exercise their right to vote.


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