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.
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!
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:
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.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com if you’d like to work on this. My Twitter handle is @Brambleman, and we can DM as well. Feel free to call me, and the sooner, the better, but I’m happy to talk to you today or tomorrow. Hopefully we’ll be up and running Monday morning. I have plenty of signs and can get more.
Judy and I met Jon Ossoff this evening at a Meet and Greet in the Northlake area of DeKalb County. The Washington Post sent a photographer as well, but we’ll have to wait and see how well his photos of me turned out. Jon is the front runner in the special election to replace Tom Price.
He’s an impressive candidate with a positive message that should resonate in Georgia’s Sixth District. He is nothing like the person the GOP SuperPac hate ads depict.
We’re both impressed. I’ve volunteered to put up yard signs for him—if they’d only quit running out of signs! BTW, if you live in DeKalb County or North Fulton, the Ossoff campaign is holding street rallies tomorrow (Saturday, April 8). Show up and help him out. Here’s more info.
Also, you can show up at the Chamblee Campaign Office—3652 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Chamblee, GA 30341—at 10 a.m. tomorrow (Saturday, April 8)—they’ll put you to work canvassing and making calls on Jon’s behalf. He said they’ve already knocked on 35,000 doors, but there’s so much more work to be done and a short amount of time to do it. Right now, he’s polling in the low 40s but hopes to clear the 50-percent-plus-1-bar on April 18.
Early voting is going on right now. Monday, DeKalb opens up another polling location at the Dunwoody Library (5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Dunwoody, GA 30338). Visit the campaign website for more details.
If the 25th Amendment is enacted cabinet members turns on each in a Caesarian blodfest in a month or so, we could go down the order of succession to No. 9, the ACTING Secretary of Agriculture, Michael Scuse. He could run for president in 2020 with the best campaign slogan ever. Needs crucial Steve Martin endorsement.
February 7, 2017
President Steve Bannon
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20500
Dear President Bannon,
How time flies! It seems like just yesterday you were promoting fake news, alternative facts, and white nationalism as the boss man of Breitbart. Now, look at you! Promoting fake news, alterative facts, and white nationalism from inside the Oval Office. Fool enough people enough of the time and there you go.
Sure, Hillary won the popular vote and Donald Trump, though he came up nearly 3,000,000 votes short, won the majority of electoral votes. But none of that matters! Because you get to slip Executive Orders onto the desk of a man who detests reading and learning and stuff like that. So now You Da Man. Way to go!
And kudos on that Muslim Ban. That will teach people to think they have a legal right to be here just because they have a legal right to be here. I mean, what were they thinking? Expect the unexpected, am I right? Isn’t that what you told your “boss”?
Protesters think you lack compassion. Hell, yeah! Compassion is not what you’re about. I get that! Compassion is for chumps, not Trumps. Compassion is for people who cry like babies when they think of the gas chambers that killed their grandparents, or about five-year-olds blocked at the U.S. border from seeking medical treatment because of where they were born. Not you! You believe in a No Tears Holocaust, where everyone suffered equally, so suck it up, snowflakes!
I see where you’ve set it up so the media and judiciary will take the blame the next time there’s a terrorist attack. Boo, hiss on them, right? And because you tricked that bozo into signing you on to the National Security Council, you can steer things in the right (wink, wink) direction, by ignoring domestic terrorists. Excellent, as Mr. Burns would say.
I gotta hand it to you. Oh, that’s right. We already did.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates was fired by President Donald Trump Monday night after she refused to defend his Executive Order on Immigration, which has led to chaos and confusion along with massive protests, widespread condemnation, and swift legal challenges.
Almost unnoticed in the furor, the Trump Administration also abruptly removed Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Daniel Ragsdale from his post.
“Sally Quillian Yates is a great human being that I have known for almost 40 years. … For 25 years, she has been the lead prosecutor in the northern district of Georgia. She has been an equal opportunity prosecutor — she’s prosecuted Democrats, Republicans, Independents, Olympic park bombers, or anybody that violated the public trust or abused power. She is fair; she is smart; she is intelligent; and as a Georgia Bulldog, she’s what we call a double-dawg. She has her bachelor’s degree and her law degree from the University of Georgia, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Georgia law school. Sally Quillian Yates is a great Georgian and will be a great Deputy U.S. Attorney General of the United States of America.”