A strong Black turnout will be integral to Democratic success in the U.S. Senate races in Georgia this week.
In the first of a two-part examination of election strategies in the Georgia runoffs, we sit down with Stacey Abrams, a Georgia Democrat who has become synonymous with the party’s attempts to win statewide, to talk about her efforts to mobilize Black voters.
And we join LaTosha Brown, a leader of Black Voters Matter, as she heads out to speak to voters.
Guest: Audra D.S. Burch, a national correspondent for The New York Times.
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- Control of the Senate could hinge on Black voters in Georgia — and on an ambitious effort by the likes of Black Voters Matter to get them to the polls in the largest numbers ever for the runoff elections on Tuesday.
- Democrats are making their final push to rally supporters, targeting Black voters in regions far from Atlanta but equally important to Georgia’s emerging Democratic coalition.
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