Georgia is key.

Georgia is going to be key -- Democrats need to flip four seats to take back the Senate this November and two of our best opportunities are in Georgia where Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock are running to flip seats from red to blue:

Jon -- who would be the youngest U.S. senator if elected -- is neck and neck with his opponent in the polls and his race has been rated as a toss up.

Rev. Warnock -- the senior pastor at Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic church in Atlanta -- is building strong momentum for his campaign and ratings recently shifted in his favor.

Will you split a contribution between Jon and Rev. Warnock’s campaigns and the Southwest Leadership Fund before the end-of-month deadline tonight? Every dollar helps put us in a stronger position to win in just a few short months.

If you've saved your payment information with ActBlue Express, your donation will go through immediately and be split between Raphael Warnock, Jon Ossoff and Southwest Leadership Fund:

Or donate another amount.

As you know, we need to flip the Senate this November.

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s inaction in the Senate was already at an all-time high, but recently, it’s become downright dangerous. McConnell has refused to take action on critical relief aid in response to the health crisis for two months. And now, enhanced unemployment benefits are about to expire and Americans are worried about being able to pay rent and buy groceries.

McConnell didn’t hesitate to give tax handouts to millionaires and corporations, but when working Americans are struggling, he does nothing.

The path to the Senate Majority and to removing McConnell from power runs straight through Georgia. But these races are already competitive and expensive, and Jon and Rev. Warnock need our help ahead of tonight's end-of-month deadline. If you can, split a contribution between their campaigns and the Southwest Leadership Fund today.



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