Rev. Raphael Warnock

Desperate, she’s approving negative ads about her opponent, Rev. Raphael Warnock, the Democratic Party’s candidate for her Senate seat. 

After a new report found that 95% of eligible voters in Georgia are registered to vote, people are giving Stacey Abrams a fresh bouquet of flowers for helping to counter the state's "racist" election laws.

"It can no longer be denied: The new Georgia is real, here to stay and is essential to the efforts to protect our democracy," writes Nsé Ufot, CEO of the the New Georgia Project.

Jon Ossoff's and Rev. Raphael Warnock's win guarantee Democrats party control of the Senate where Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will have authority to cast the tie-breaking vote.

Like Georgia’s win in November, a Black-led multiracial coalition of grassroots organizers worked overtime to turn out voters for the runoff elections.

Exit polling available from November suggests Black voters made up 29% of the electorate, but they make up 30% of registered voters. This could mean there’s an opportunity for growth heading into the runoffs.

A photo showing Georgia Sen. Kelly Loeffler smiling alongside a former Ku Klux Klan leader Chester Doles, who has a brutally racist history, has gone viral weeks ahead of her crucial Senate run-off race against the Rev. Raphael Warnock.

Black women invested in this election with the promise that their votes would produce action towards legislation eradicating blocked accessways to wellness without the threat of patriarchy and misogynoir, bridled under the umbrella of white supremacy.