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Teaching How New Voters and Black Women Transformed Georgia's Politics

How New Voters and Black Women Transformed Georgia's Politics

I am a political scientist who studies American politics. I focus my work on underrepresented voters and urban politics. In my research, I have examined the peculiar mix of factors that led to Warnock’s and Ossoff’s victories. Two main causes were an electorate that has been diversifying for years and the effort of many hardworking Black women.

Sharon Austin, Professor of Political Science, University of Florida
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Why are Democratic candidates winning more elections in Georgia?


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