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November 18, 2020
Deborah Jackson, attorney and former Mayor of Lithonia, thanks the over 323,800 voters who voted for her in the November 3rd special election for the US Senate in Georgia. Jackson, who came in fourth in a field of 22 candidates, got the second most votes for a Democrat behind first place finisher Raphael Warnock, and the second most votes for a woman behind second place finisher Kelly Loeffler even though both outspent her campaign by millions of dollars.
“Our campaign was a genuine grassroots effort that spoke to the needs of ordinary Georgians,” Jackson said. “Those who heard the message were inspired and motivated to be involved. I thank them for their vote of confidence and strongly encourage them to return to the polls on January 5 to elect Rev. Warnock to the Senate so that we can continue the work my campaign focused on.”
Jackson said she is “excited that Georgia went blue for President-Elect Joe Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris; and that as a state we need to solidify our position by voting in the January 5 runoff for Rev. Warnock and Jon Ossoff.”
“We need these two Democrats in the US Senate to give President-Elect Biden the chance to fix health care; create more opportunities for small businesses and family farms; address systemic racism, criminal justice reform, immigration and education; and provide leadership on the environment. The eyes of the country are on Georgia and we can deliver if we turn out to vote again.”
Jackson is also encouraging the other special election Democratic and Independent candidates to urge their supporters to vote in the runoff election.
Jackson said, “We cannot afford to have a Senator who boasts she is more conservative than Attila the Hun who was actually known for his barbarism and plunder of other peoples; or Senators that focus on their stock portfolios while the people of Georgia lose their jobs, homes and stand in food lines. We need US Senators that will put the basic needs of ordinary Georgians first, at all times.”
Meet Deborah Jackson
Deborah Jackson is an experienced attorney, a committed community advocate, and public servant. She was elected as the Mayor of Lithonia, Georgia for two terms after serving on the City Council. She worked diligently to implement the community’s vision to improve the quality of life for ordinary citizens. Under Deborah’s leadership, the city became a leader in the region; the minimum wage was raised to $15 hour for 90% of city employees; and a dilapidated city property was redeveloped into a $12 million affordable housing project.
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Fayette County Democratic Virtual Committee
Join Us for Fayette County Democratic Committee held virtually on July 11th from 9:00 – 11:00 am.
Fayette County has recently been turning blue. We look forward to joining them!
Democrats of Camden County Virtual Meeting
The Chair of the Democrats of Camden County will be hosting a virtual meeting with candidates for Georgia’s U.S. Senate race on July 11th at 10:30 am.
1st Congressional District Forum
Join us for the 1st Congressional District Forum for Senate candidates on September 1st at 6:30 pm via Zoom.
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