Change isn’t just in the air. It’s already here.
Progressive voters in Georgia are turning out in record numbers to choose a better future for all of us.
Two issues are at the top-of-mind for early voters: education and jobs.
These are the issues that are driving people to the polls this year in record numbers.
And we’re not just seeing more voters, we’re seeing improved diversity across the state.
If these trends continue through election day, Georgia will shock the nation.
Women are voting in larger numbers, and so are minorities. It’s more than speculation — it’s a fact and it’s happening right now.
African-Americans already make up a greater share of the vote than during the midterm election four years ago and we’re on track to surpass 2010’s early vote total altogether.
There is no doubt that change is coming to Georgia. And change isn’t coming in 2016 or 2018.
It’s coming next Tuesday, on November 4.
Take part in this historic election and join the winning team.
If you have not already voted, you have until Friday, Oct. 31, to vote early. You may vote at any polling location in your county of residence until polls close on Friday. After that, your only chance to vote will be on Tuesday at your designated voting precinct. Find your polling location.