Question vs Answer

Published December 11, 2020

The outcome of Georgia’s election on January 5 will decide which party controls the Senate. Most Senate Republicans have yet to recognize Biden as the winner of the presidential election and may plan to stall or block Biden’s cabinet and legislative agenda. Meanwhile, Democrats are supportive of Biden’s priorities. Whether you favor Republicans or Democrats, this is the election that will decide whose plans will come to life. It’s all up to Georgia.

The future of everything from economic recovery to labor rights, background checks, tax reform, judicial appointments, healthcare, crime, justice, COVID-19 management, voting rights, and more will be decided on January 5. It may be the most important election ever held in Georgia.

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