Support efforts to flip the Senate by donating to runoff races in GA

If both Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff win their January 6 runoff elections, the United States Senate will have a 50/50 split with VP Kamala Harris as the deciding vote. Massive resources are pouring into the state from both parties to influence the outline, including a travel team of Schenectady dems you can help fund through this ActBlue page. The New Georgia Project is focused on registering new voters by the December 7 deadline. This Fair Fight ActBlue page collects funds to be split evenly among the Warnock and Osoff campaigns and Stacey Abram’s Fair Fight voter mobilization drive. You can also sign up to send postcards to Georgia voters through this link.

Absentee ballots bolster Woerner victory, charter defeat

Absentee ballots have been tallied and Assemblywoman Woerner soundly cruised to victory in her bid for re-election, according to WNYT. After tallying absentee ballots in Saratoga County on November 10, if was clear that charter reform would not pass. SSDC Chair Sarah Burger was present for the count and indicates that the voters have spoken and it is time to move forward and focus on recruiting candidates for next year’s local election cycle, reports the Times-Union.

Leadership Profile: Congressman Paul Tonko

A lifelong resident of Amsterdam, Congressman Tonko has served as a progressive champion in the United States House of Representatives for the Capital Region since 2009. He is running for re-election to strengthen the voices of his constituents, and Americans everywhere who value good jobs, quality education, and economic and social justice.

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Your archive of our weekly newsletter, In the Loop

Our "In the Loop" newsletter has gone virtual! Each Friday we publish an updated list of upcoming online events and news of interest to Saratogians coping with challenging times. This page provides a comprehensive list of virtual activities and ideas which includes past listings from In the Loop. Not a subscriber? Click the red "Subscribe to In the Loop" button on our home page and we'll add you to the list. It's easy and FREE!

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