The Hill: Democrats in overdrive to flip Georgia House seat


National and local Democrats are in overdrive trying to flip an ultra-tight Georgia House seat in a race viewed as an early referendum on President Trump.
National groups such as the Progressive Turnout Project, a political action committee, and Planned Parenthood Action Fund have also been flexing their muscles when it comes to boosting turnout and reaching scores of voters in the 6th District.
Alex Morgan, executive director of Progressive Turnout Project, said the group has four full-time field reps based in the district and is focused solely on encouraging Democratic voters who vote in every election to turnout again on Tuesday. The group has knocked on 20,000 doors since mid-April, getting 1,500 commitments from people who say they’ll vote for Ossoff.
While canvassing, the group said they’ve consistently heard that voters want a representative who will be a check on Trump, who has been the “biggest partisan force” in the special election.

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