Community Organizations Lead John Lewis ‘Good Trouble’ Marches and Votercades to the Polls in Georgia

Georgia shocked the country by voting for the Biden–Harris ticket in November. Now the state has the chance to flip the U.S. Senate to pro-worker control come January. Black and Brown voters in cities across Georgia joined a wide range of community organizations for John Lewis “Good Trouble” Marches and Votercades on Monday, as early voting began. The events in Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Savannah and many other cities were festive celebrations of voting rights that led voters to the polls for early voting for the U.S. Senate runoffs on Jan. 5. The labor movement joined in and supported these efforts.