The Racial History Of Georgia's Runoff ElectionsBreaking News
tags: African American history, Georgia, 2020 elections
The winners in Georgia’s runoff election will tilt the balance of power in the U.S. Senate. So, what is a runoff election anyway and why don’t all states do it? Experts say it’s all rooted in racism and just another way to disenfranchise. We take a look.
Adrienne Jones, political science professor, lawyer and pre-law advisor at Morehouse College. (@adriennemjns)
Charles Bullock, political science professor at the University of Georgia.
Deborah Scott, executive director of Georgia Stand-Up.
Ariel Singleton, organizer and executive assistant for Georgia Stand-Up.
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