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MSNBC 18 Nov 2020

Outreach & Education: Abrams Lays Out The Strategy For The Georgia Senate Races

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Stacey Abrams, founder of Fair Fight Action, talks about the Democrats' strategy to reach out to voters across the state of Georgia to assure them their voice matters, and to educate voters about why control of the Senate is important, to motivate as much turnout as possible for the special Senate elections in January. Aired on 11/18/2020.


President-elect Joe Biden, along with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, address the nation for the first time since winning enough electoral votes to win the 2020 presidential contest.
President-elect Joe Biden in a victory speech Saturday night vowed to heal a nation torn apart by deep political and racial divisions and promised to hear the concerns of both Americans who voted for him and the tens of millions who supported President Trump.

Speaking outside the Chase Center, near his home in Wilmington, Del., to scores of enthusiastic supporters honking their car horns and dancing in the night, Biden said he would leave behind this "grim era of demonization in America" and do his best to "unify" the country at a moment of historic civil unrest.

Biden appealed directly to the more than 70 million Americans who cast their ballots for Trump, saying he understands their disappointment and wants to return to an era where people are able to remain friendly despite their political differences.

"For all those of you who voted for President Trump, I understand your disappointment tonight," Biden said. "I've lost a couple myself. But let's give each other a chance. It's time to put away the harsh rhetoric, to lower the temperature. To see each other again. To listen to each other again. And to make progress, we have to stop treating our opponents as our enemies. They are not our enemies, they are Americans."

"This is the time to heal in America," Biden added.

Biden will face many difficult and immediate challenges upon being sworn into office in late January.

There has been a resurgence in the deadly coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than 230,000 people in America, wreaked havoc on the economy and torn at the nation's social fabric.


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