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We still cannot afford to get complacent!

Let's celebrate our victories, while they are still votes to be counted, of the 8.3 million newly eligible young voters in the 2022 midterms, around 3.8 million are youth of color including 2 million Latinos, 1.2 million Black youth, 500,000 Asians, and 80,000 Native Americans.

Let's reflect on the losses, despite historic campaigns, no Black women won Senate or governor races in 2022 midterms.

There is still much work to be done.

The runoff in Georgia, we need to push absentee voting and show up again Georgia. We need that +1 for the judiciary committees that we will have majority over and these committees are vital to upholding democracy and progressive movements forward in education, social security, health care, humane immigration, criminal justice reform, etc. for a better society.

We are wanting to have a debriefing on November 20th, 2022, at 7pm of the voting in your area, statistics, demographics, challenges and begin to think about the next 18 months to the presidential elections.

Meeting information for Project 100 Meeting is above.


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