Wallace for 119

Thanks to progressives across Athens-Clarke and Oconee Counties, Democrat Jonathan Wallace won an historic victory to flip District 119 from red to blue in the November 2017 special election. But the remaining term he fills is only one year, so Jonathan will be running again in 2018.  And Republicans will be coming after him.  

Like all Georgia legislators, he is barred by law from raising money during the legislative session (which begins January 8), but you can bet his Republican opponents will be fundraising throughout the spring while Jonathan is at the Capitol working for his constituents.

Let’s not give up any ground to Republicans. Jonathan needs your help NOW so we can fight to maintain progressive, Democratic representation in 2018 and beyond.

Thank you for your support!


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