Georgia


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How Latinos Helped Ossoff and Warnock Win Georgia—and Change the Future of America

The Georgia Senate runoff elections gained two new Democrat senators, and Latinos, despite being a small portion of the population in Georgia, had a lot to do with flipping the state.

Democrats Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are projected to be the next senators from the state of Georgia after winning their runoff elections.
Warnock and Ossoff Win Georgia Senate Races, Securing Majority for Democrats

Warnock will make history as the first Black Senator from Georgia. Control of the US Senate—and President-elect Joe Biden's agenda—hangs in the balance as the nation waits for the second winner to be called.

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She’s Had Enough. Kamala Harris Blasts Trump for Abuse of Power in Georgia Call.

Kamala Harris offered her first public commentary on the taped call released by The Washington Post, calling Trump’s performance “a bold abuse of power by the president of the United States.”

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Latino Organizations’ Wish for the Reyes Magos? Get Latinos to Vote in Georgia!

Expert says Latino, Black, and Asian communities will be decisive in Tuesday’s runoff elections.

Dreamers who are allowed to stay in the US through the DACA program could have a large impact on Georgia's economy if they could access affordable higher education in the state.
Dreamers Like Me Need Georgia to Vote on Jan. 5—For Our Sake and the Sake of Our State

With one of the largest DACA-eligible populations in the country, Georgia's economy could significantly improve with easier and more affordable access to higher education in the state's public college system.

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130,000 Newly Naturalized Citizens Could Decide the Georgia Senate Runoffs

As the state votes in January to determine control of the US Senate, Latino voting power becomes critically important.

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Latino Pastor: For the Love of God, Vote in Georgia Senate Runoff Elections

"I implore Georgians of faith, and of course, those with no faith at all, to trust and engage in this voting process," the Rev. Guillermo Arboleda said.