As of October 30, 1,506,372 Georgians have cast an early ballot — either in person or through an absentee ballot. This is more than double the early voting turnout during the last midterm elections in 2014.
And it has Brian Kemp scared. As recent audio from a campaign event reveals, Kemp expressed concern that this high voter turn-out “is something that continues to concern us, especially if everybody uses and exercises their right to vote.”
It’s going to take every progressive turning out to vote — and bringing at least a friend or two with them — to decide an election predicated on razor thin margins for victory.
A big shout out to all our Power Voters who have committed to bringing five friends to the polls. It’s not too late to join these progressive leaders and commit to bringing your friends and family to the polls.
Have you already voted? If not when are you voting and who are you taking with you?