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After securing the presidency and two Senate seats for Democrats, New York Times columnist @CharlesMBlow  tells @Lawrence  that Georgia is a model for how Black people can alter the political landscape.

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After securing the presidency and two Senate seats for Democrats, New York Times columnist @CharlesMBlow  tells @Lawrence  that Georgia is a model for how Black people can alter the political landscape.

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After securing the presidency and two Senate seats for Democrats, New York Times columnist @CharlesMBlow  tells @Lawrence  that Georgia is a model for how Black people can alter the political landscape.

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After securing the presidency and two Senate seats for Democrats, New York Times columnist @CharlesMBlow  tells @Lawrence  that Georgia is a model for how Black people can alter the political landscape.

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With the #coronavirus  pandemic raging in Georgia and across the nation, the House and Senate have required their members and employees to be tested twice a week. Rep. David Clark, R-Buford, is the only House member who has refused to be tested at all.

With all eyes on Georgia, i-D travels to Atlanta on the day of the decisive Senate runoff elections to meet the young voters turning out once again to help flip this state blue. Watch now:

terrific piece by @maricohen95  @JewishCurrents  about the mythology of Black-Jewish relations in Georgia that Warnock and Ossoff's senate victories have revived, and the messier reality that lies underneath .

@ReutersUS  HAHAHAHAHAH! Now he's going to cut back who gets it. HEH PEOPLE! How's it feel? You know, the BRIBE you were promised for your vote in Georgia in those Senate runoffs? Not only did you get rolled on the amount it looks like you might not get it at all!

@ProjectLincoln  is still raising money for the Georgia Senate runoff elections, which took place on Jan. 5. Via @AndrewStilesUSA 

House to deliver Article of Impeachment to the Senate charging ex President Trump with inciting the Capitol riot and pressuring Georgia official to overturn the election. Longest serving Senator Pat Leahy will preside instead of Chief Justice Robert’s. So Leahy can’t vote.

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For those considering donating to Reps or Dems in the Georgia Senate run-offs, can you please re-consider and donate that money to your local foodbank and organizations that can help those without food or shelter? Lets put Americans in need above Politics

BREAKING: Jon Ossoff wins U.S. Senate runoff in Georgia, NBC News projects.

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If Democrats controlled the Senate: - the cash payments would be $1200 not $600 - there would be $175 billion, not $25 billion, to help people pay the rent - there would be flexible money for states and cities and bonus checks for frontline workers Let’s win Georgia.

BREAKING: Democrat Jon Ossoff wins election to U.S. Senate from Georgia, beating incumbent Sen. David Perdue. #APracecall  at 4:16 p.m. EST. #GAelection 

Think about it: @staceyabrams  getting an election stolen from her might lead to a Democratic majority in the Senate and then her being Georgia’s governor in 2022. Won’t black women do it.

Georgia, you voted in record numbers to send @JoeBiden  and @KamalaHarris  to the White House. Now we need you to show up again to vote @ReverendWarnock  and Jon@ossoff  to the U.S. Senate. Make your plan to vote on Tuesday, January 5 at .

One of our callers says her dead father got a text message asking him to vote in the Georgia U.S. Senate race. Her dad was a registered Republican --- and lived in New Jersey.

Tomorrow is the last day to register to vote in Georgia for the Senate runoffs. Spread the word →

The balance of power in the Senate is at stake in Georgia’s runoff election. We’ve got two great candidates @ReverendWarnock  and @ossoff —who need your support. Go to to find ways to get involved.

47% of workers in Georgia make less than $15 an hour and 71% of voters in Georgia support increasing the federal minimum wage. If Democrats take back the Senate, we will increase the minimum wage from a starvation wage of $7.25 an hour to a living wage of at least $15 an hour.

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