Who will fill the one remaining undecided seat in the United States Senate will be determined by the voters in Georgia tomorrow (Tuesday, December 6). Last week, CIB looked at why a win by incumbent Senator Raphael Warnock over his challenger Herschel Walker would be a huge win for environmental justice and climate action.
With time running out, the last polls show a narrow lead for Warnock, but one that is still within the polls’ margin of error. Some political analysts refer to this kind of contest as one which is within “the margin of field”—that is, the margin of difference close enough for direct voter contacts like get-out-the-vote efforts to decide the outcome.
That means there’s still one more step that climate voters around the nation (including here in North Carolina) can do to help get the right result in Georgia: take part in an ongoing virtual phone bank to get out the final voters likely to support Sen. Warnock—if they vote.