California Democrats are looking to do anything they can to help two Democratic Senate candidates win their runoff elections in January, including moving and traveling to the “Peach State.”
“I just can’t sit home and raise money,” Joseph Killian, 38, a project manager for a tech company, told the San Francisco Chronicle.
“When you look at some of these races where (we donated and) we didn’t win, this is our chance to hopefully go there and fix that. We want to be there and help.”
Democrats like Killian have been asking political organizers how they can travel to Georgia and volunteer for Democratic Jon Ossof and the Rev. Raphael, who are looking to unseat Republican Sens. David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler.
The two Senate races will be decided in a runoff election on Jan. 5 after neither candidate won a majority of the votes in November.
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