Today on the Better Georgia podcast, we’re joined by Jennifer Young, education professional and political activist in Georgia. We’re going over the recent election in Alabama, how women of color played a huge role, and what it means for us here in Georgia.
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I had enough hope to believe that Alabama could [vote Doug Jones], I just didn’t know if they would, but I’m glad that they did.” – Jennifer Young
- What is the outcome of the Alabama Senate special election
- The role of the voter that feels like their vote doesn’t count
- Why so many Republican voters voted for Roy Moore
- What the election in Alabama means for Georgia
- Why women of color hold a special power in Georgia
- How some Democrats misinterpret the big tent of the Democratic Party
The people who voted for [Roy Moore], I think what those studies are trying to say, is that they wouldn’t vote for somebody who they truly did believe was a child molester, so they lied to themselves.” – Louis Elrod