Needed: sign-waving Ossoff volunteers in DeKalb Mon, Tues

Jon Ossoff

Dear Ossoff Volunteers:

Let’s do one last thing to Flip the Sixth!

We need people to work the street in the southeast corner of #GA06 District Monday, April 17 and Tuesday, April 18.

Why? Because this is the Bluest section of #GA06.

Blue Turnout

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: NY Times (@Nate_Cohn)

And because the area east of I-85severely undervoted in Early Voting becausethere was no convenient polling place. Tucker Rec Center never opened for EV. Sad!

nate cohn

Source: NY Times (@Nate_Cohn)

We need to do everything we can to get out the vote in addition to canvassing, so I’m working to coordinate precinct-level street corner sign wavers Monday and Tuesday in these precincts:

  • Midvale Road
  • Midvale Elementary
  • Tucker
  • Tucker Library
  • Livsey Elementary
  • Embry Hills
  • Henderson Mill Elementary
  • Hawthorne Elementary
  • Evansdale Elementary
  • Warren Tech
  • Briarlake Elementary
  • Pleasantdale Elementary
  • Lakeside High School

There are many apartments in precincts, which means: new voters, young voters, non-party voters, low-propensity voters—the people we need in order to hit 50 percent and avoid a runoff. We can’t canvass everyone, and we may miss a lot of voters in apartment complexes.

It’s important to remind them of the election and encourage the right voters! It’s time to hit the streets!

I did this on Hank Johnson’s 2006 and 2010 campaigns along with local legislative races, most notably Rep. Scott Holcomb’s. I think it’s critical.

Now, here’s the thing. If we don’t do it, it won’t get done. That’s why I’m working with precinct captains and other volunteers to cover high-traffic streets during commute hours Monday. On Tuesday, we’ll work near polling places.

 

Jonathan Grant
#FliptheSixth

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