Georgia heads back to the polls for Warnock, Ossoff

By AFSCME Staff ·

In November, millions of Georgians went to the polls to make their voices heard, making history when they chose Joe Biden and Kamala Harris to be the next president and vice president of the United States. But Georgians aren’t done making their choices in this election.

On Jan. 5, they head back to the polls for two runoff elections for the state’s U.S. Senate seats. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are running to represent voices of working people, trying to unseat two incumbents who are reliable votes for corporations and the wealthiest Americans.

Quentin Hutchins, a longtime Atlanta school bus driver and member of AFSCME Local 1644, is urging members of his AFSCME family to make a plan to vote. Early voting began on Dec. 14 in Georgia.

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