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Sarah Riggs Amico was asked to speak at the Gwinnett County District 2 Commissioner Ben Ku’s swearing-in ceremony.
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These updated charts below show the data anomaly in the 2018 Georgia Lt. Governor Race.  After consulting with multiple data scientists, the below are charts that our team has used to compare the 2018 mid-term election analysis with previous voting behaviors from previous mid-term elections.  
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It’s time to solve the Mystery of the 100,000 Missing Votes The 2018 election season has finally ended. It’s over. Finis. Which means that the time is now ripe to take a cold-eyed, dispassionate and non-partisan look at the Mystery of the Missing 100,000 Votes. This is not about Georgia’s race for governor, but about the...
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This campaign has been the journey of a lifetime. As my family and I traveled the state, we witnessed the profound goodness and rich diversity of Georgia’s people. We experienced the warm welcome and thoughtfulness of Georgia’s world-renowned hospitality. We marveled at the magnificent natural beauty in each of our state’s many landscapes. We have...
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Sarah Riggs Amico for LieutenantGovernor Launches “We Are Georgia – Our Voices. Our Votes. Our Time” Early Vote Bus Tour Stacey Abrams for Governor Runs Concurrent Tour, Expanding Reach of Democrats Across the State  ATLANTA – Today, October 30th, Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor Sarah Riggs Amico, will continue the “We Are Georgia – Our Voices. Our...
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Sarah Riggs Amico for LieutenantGovernor Launches “We Are Georgia – Our Voices. Our Votes. Our Time” Early Vote Bus Tour Stacey Abrams for Governor Runs Concurrent Tour, Expanding Reach of Democrats Across the State    ATLANTA – Today, Friday, October 26th, Democratic nominee for Lieutenant Governor Sarah Riggs Amico, will continue the “We Are Georgia – Our...
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  Sarah Riggs Amico released her first general election commercial both on television and radio. Click the play button to view.
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It’s obvious the Georgia GOP wants to distract voters from this week’s national news headlines about Brian Kemp’s abysmal track record as Georgia Secretary of State – including the recent revelation that his office placed 53,000 new voter registrations, 70% of which are for African-American voters, “on hold”. The claims made against a subsidiary of...
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