Georgia Democrats’ 2022 Statewide Coordinated Campaign Opens Field Office in Savannah
On Saturday, July 23, the “Georgia Votes” Coordinated Campaign gathered in Savannah to open a new field office. Party leaders and volunteers joined a ribbon-cutting ceremony alongside local Democratic candidates and elected officials, including Wade Herring (candidate for GA-01); State Rep. Edna Jackson (candidate for HD-165); Marcus Thompson (candidate for HD-164); and Anne Allen Westbrook (candidate for HD-163).
The Coordinated Campaign is Georgia Democrats’ unified statewide campaign to elect Democrats up and down the ballot in 2022. Serving as a central hub of Georgia’s political infrastructure, the Coordinated Campaign will be laser-focused on training and organizing Democrats to help get out of the vote and engage Georgians, especially communities of color, ahead of November. It will also include a robust voter protection team to strengthen efforts to combat voter suppression.
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