Former First Lady Michelle Obama is a real powerhouse. It takes a special kind of man to be with strong women. And in the Barack Obama and Michelle Obama marriage, we see the perfect example of this. Both of them have been working especially hard to get out the vote in Georgia, because they know we are not just electing two Democrats with this runoff election. We are saving America from a Republican party run rancid.
We are determining whether we will have four more years manacled by Trumpitis and led by a scrooge-ish Senate Majority Leader, the Grim Reaper Mitch McConnell (R-KY). Instead, we can help free Joe Biden and Kamala Harris from the cruel grim of a Republican party twisted into a Gollum of greed.
We can see hints of what it would be like to be under Moscow Mitch’s thumb. He did not even want to give people with hungry children, no jobs, and no homes any money at all in this latest bill. He truly did not care, but in the end, threw a few dollars at the people to swing the Georgia election his way. Even Donald Trump said how pitiful McConnell’s “big” $600 was. The Democrats wanted $2,000.
Well, Michelle Obama has their number, and she told Georgia “it’s not too late” vote. She pointed people toward her We All Vote nonprofit to help them out. The rest of us can help, too, by urging our Georgia friends to vote, donating to the two Democratic candidates, or by volunteering from home.
The former first lady sent out this tweet:
‘Georgia, it’s not too late to join the more than two million people who’ve voted early in the runoff election for the U.S. Senate. Go to weall.vote/ga to find an early polling location and make sure your friends and family have a plan to vote.’
Her organization is When We All Vote:
‘[A nonprofit] is on a mission to increase participation in every election and close the race and age voting gap by changing the culture around voting, harnessing grassroots energy, and through strategic partnerships to reach every American…When We All Vote is changing the culture around voting using a data-driven and multifaceted approach to increase participation in elections.’
In her tweet, Mrs. Obama was referring people to the cutoff date of December 30th for Georgia’s early in-person voters:
‘For many Georgia voters, December 30th is the last day to vote early in-person in the historic U.S. Senate runoff elections. Georgia, make a plan to cast your ballot in-person before the end of the year: weall.vote/ga’
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