The BLM raised $ 500,000 to support Ossoff in the Warnock Georgia Senate race


The Black Lives Matter PAC is urging the $ 500,000 fundraiser for Senate Democratic Senate Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock during closely monitored Georgian developments that will determine the balance of power in the upper house of Congress in January.

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Activists in the social justice movement hope to pass a law in the first 100 days of the Biden government, including the BREATHE law, which proposes the closure and liquidation of several federal agencies and the permanent closure of prisons and immigration detention centers. , among other agenda items.

Georgia’s election elections will decide whether Republicans or Democrats will control the Senate at the next Congress, a crucial balance of power that could ultimately determine the future of the bill. Republicans currently hold 50 seats, compared to 48 seats for Democrats.

If both Democratic candidates prevail in Georgia, elected Vice President Kamala Harris will have a tie vote at any deadlock in the Senate.

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“We know how important this choice will be in determining what decisions will be made in the Senate in the coming years – decisions that directly affect us, such as access to quality and affordable health care, reform of the criminal justice system, all the way to greater until electoral reform, such as the adoption of the BREATHE Act, ”the BLM PAC said in an email to voters.

The runoff is expected to be one of the most expensive in Senate history. More than $ 46 million has been spent on the air in both tournaments since election day on Nov. 3, according to ad tracking firm Advertising Analytics.

An additional $ 214 million in advertising is expected to appear in the coming weeks, even as more dollars are consistently made to win the effort ahead of the election.

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The laws of the state of Georgia require political candidates to get at least 50% of the vote to win. With neither Ossoff and Warnock nor Georgian Republican sensor David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler reaching that limit earlier this month, Georgia will hold election elections on January 5th.