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EL PASO, Texas (Border Report) – The kind of data-driven, multi-ethnic grassroots organizing that helped flip Georgia blue is already at work in border states, national activism groups say.

The change in Georgia came about as people expressed frustration with job loss, status-quo politics and what they perceived as an inadequate response to the COVID-19 pandemic. But the groups say it took a coalition of black and Hispanic groups to reach younger people, displaced hotel and domestic workers as well as naturalized citizens from Africa and Latin America who usually don’t vote.

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