We still have a long-shot chance at control of the Senate with the two Senate run-offs in Georgia. Democrats Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff prevented outright wins by Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R) and Sen. David Perdue (R), respectively. The run-off election for both races is January 5.

The post-election tally of the Senate is 48-48. In addition to the Warnock and Ossoff races, the North Carolina Senate race (Cal Cunningham (D) vs. Sen. Thom Tillis (R)) is still undecided with Tillis leading in the nearly-completed vote count. Alaska’s Senate race has not been called, but it will certainly go to the Republican.

CAPA21 will be in the fight for the Senate by supporting Rev. Warnock and Ossoff. We already had funds set aside for the anticipated run-off elections.

CAPA21 is proud to have contributed $15,000 to Georgia Advancing Progress PAC and $10,000 to Fair Fight, the PAC founded by Stacey Abrams. We are considering more donations to these groups and evaluating additional efforts to invest in.

We will be supporting the Georgia run-offs in two ways: (1) making our own contribution from CAPA21 and encouraging donations directly to the campaigns; and (2) supporting organizations and efforts on the ground to turn out Democratic voters.

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Donate to CAPA21’s fund supporting organizations and efforts turning out Democratic voters in Georgia. There are no contribution limits to this fund.