Flipped [electronic resource] : how georgia turned purple and broke the monopoly on republican power

Flipped [electronic resource] : how georgia turned purple and broke the monopoly on republican power

By Bluestein, Greg.
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ISBN 9780593489161

Bib Id 2498265

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Flipped [electronic resource] : how georgia turned purple and broke the monopoly on republican power
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The untold story of the unlikely heroes, the cutthroat politics, and the cultural forces that turned a Deep South state purple-by a top reporter at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Flipped is the definitive account of how the election of Reverend Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff transformed Georgia from one of the staunchest Republican strongholds to the nation's most watched battleground state-and ground zero for the disinformation wars certain to plague statewide and national elections in the future. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter Greg Bluestein charts how progressive activists and organizers worked to mobilize hundreds of thousands of new voters and how Joe Biden's victory in Georgia may shape Democratic strategy for years to come. He also chronicles how Georgia's Republicans countered with a move to the far right that culminated in state leaders defying Donald Trump's demands to overturn his defeat. Bluestein tells the story of all the key figures in this election, including Stacey Abrams, Brian Kemp, David Perdue, Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock, and Kelly Loeffler, through hundreds of interviews with the people closest to the election. Flipped also features such fascinating characters as political activist turned U.S. congresswoman Nikema Williams; perma-tanned baseball star turned lieutenant governor Geoff Duncan; and the volunteers and voters who laid the groundwork for Biden's triumphant Georgia campaign. Flipped tells a story that will resonate through the rest of the decade and beyond, as most political experts see Georgia headed toward years of close elections, and Democrats have developed a deep bench of strong candidates. There will be even more interest in the state going forward, when Stacey Abrams could mount a rematch against Governor Brian Kemp in 2022 and Trump promotes his own slate of candidates against Republicans who stood against his efforts to overturn Georgia's election.
Electronic reproduction. New York : Viking, 2022. Requires Adobe Digital Editions (file size: 5 KB) or Kobo app or compatible Kobo device (file size: N/A KB).
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