Georgia has become a newfound battleground state, where the ambitions of a Joe Biden presidency could well come down to its voters. The state is poised for twin runoffs on Jan. 5 to settle which party will control the Senate. (Nov. 6)
JON OSSOFF: Thank you all so, so much for being here. It means the world to me to see you all here. Most of all, I want to thank the amazing people of this state.
Millions of Georgia voters who have stood up in record-shattering numbers to demand change for our state and change in this country. Georgians in their millions have said enough.
Enough incompetence, deceit, corruption, division. Change has come to Georgia. Change is coming to America.
Retirement is coming for Senator David Perdue. See, Senator Perdue feels entitled to this US Senate seat. But we've seen record-breaking turnout in this election, and thanks to the incredible enthusiasm and tenacity and dedication and support of the people of this state. No Georgia Democrat's ever received this number of votes before in any election in this state.
All of the momentum is on our side, and we're just going to keep building on what we've built so far.