Tomorrow is the last day to vote in the Georgia runoff elections.
Ga. voters in certain counties will decide the Atlanta mayor’s race and four Georgia Legislature races – two in the Senate and two in the House.
The race for mayor of Atlanta comes down to Democrat Keisha Lance Bottoms and Mary Norwood.
There’s too much at stake to sit this election out – vote tomorrow!
Keep an eye on the two state senate races – each is a runoff between Democratic candidates.
In north Atlanta and parts of Cobb County, progressive Democrat Jen Jordan will face Jaha Howard in a runoff for state Senate District 6. Jordan emerged as the frontrunner in the special election after the controversy broke over Howard’s “anti-gay, misogynistic Facebook posts.”
This race is critical to the future of Georgia because the winning candidate will break the conservative supermajority in the state Senate.
Democrats Nikema Williams and Linda Pritchett are facing off for Senate District 39 of Fulton County.
And Ga. voters will also decide the winners of two seats in the House.
In DeKalb County, Democrats Bee Nguyen and Sachin Varghese are competing for House District 89.
Voters in parts of Fulton and Clayton counties will choose between metro Atlanta Democrats Kim Schofield and De’Andre Pickett for House District 60.
You don’t have to wait until 2018 to stand up for progressive values at the ballot box. Cast your vote tomorrow. Head to the polls tomorrow, and be a part of Georgia’s future!