#GA06 — We Need to Talk About Pleasantdale

On April 18, Jon Ossoff fell less than 4,000 votes short of an outright victory in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional House primary. There’s ample reason to believe those missing votes were DeKalb’s to give, and there’s a movement afoot—operating separately from the Ossoff campaign—to boost turnout in #GA06’s bluest county in the June 20 runoff and deliver DeKalb to Jon Ossoff bigly. It’s a two-step process: Step One: Improve Early Voting EV was deficient during the primary. During the first week of EV in DeKalb, in-person ballots could be cast only at the county Elections Board offices on Memorial Drive, several miles outside the Sixth District. Only during the second week of EV was an additional site opened, at Dunwoody Library, in the…

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

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: Midvale Road Midvale Elementary…

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