Campaign #138 is for John Barrow and Lindy Miller in Georgia


If you followed the disappointing outcome of Georgia’s Gubernatorial election, you know how important it is to have a Democrat become its new Secretary of State. There will be a runoff for this seat on December 4th since no one earned more than 50%.

Democrat John Barrow is not only eminently qualified, but there is also a runoff for Public Service Commissioner. It may not seem as headline-worthy, but the office does play a serious role in how the state manages its electric grid and invests in renewable energy sources.

We all know that runoff elections draw a fraction of voters. Even though this midterm election saw record turnout, it is far more likely that this runoff will return to low participation. Which is why your #PostcardsToVoters could have an even greater impact on a winning result.

The new list reflects many thoughtful angles on voter targeting and even has priority segments. This means that even if we don’t finish the list, all of the highest priority households are front-loaded.

Getting a win for John and Lindy won’t make up for the stolen victories Kemp maneuvered. But, if there is any hope to restore fair elections in the Peach State, it comes down to this.

We shouldn’t need any more motivation than getting someone elected who will make sure every voter’s right to vote is protected vigorously. With no other elections competing for our time and postage, we can make this happen.

Write on!

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  1. We received a postcard from “Jill in NY” yesterday! I’ve lived in Savannah for 25+ years and this is the first year that I’ve seen a GOTV effort like this. Thank you, thank you, thank you! (We returned our absentee ballots on 12/1, with Barbara Jordan stamps, of course.) Thanks again for all you’re doing.

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