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How new voters and Black women transformed Georgia's politics

By Sharon Austin, Professor of Political Science, University of Florida
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Georgia once had 'the South's most racist governor,' a man endorsed by the KKK. Now its senators are a Black pastor and a Jewish son of immigrants. A scholar of minority voters explains what happened.

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