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Stop Trump in Georgia

Take the pledge to stop Donald Trump in Georgia.


“Donald Trump: I pledge to do everything I can to ensure that you do not carry Georgia in the 2016 Presidential election. I will not allow a bigoted, misogynistic egomaniac to become President of the United States.”
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    Join people who have signed:
    Jan 06 - Susan G - Warner Robins
    Dec 21 - Robert A - Cumming
    Dec 11 - Katie - Atlanta
    Dec 06 - Janiel C - Lawrenceville
    Dec 06 - Papi C
    Dec 06 - Nicolas S - Lawrenceville
    Dec 05 - Adam T - Lawrenceville
    Dec 05 - Georgia - Suwanee
    Dec 05 - Em F - Buford
    Dec 05 - Sumayyah - Lawrenceville
    Dec 05 - Maria F - Lawrenceville
    Dec 05 - Regine B - Lilburn
    Dec 05 - Fuck U - Lilburn
    Dec 05 - Desmond G - Duluth
    Dec 05 - Jhon P - Lawrenceville
    Nov 10 - Penny A - Lawrenceville
    Nov 09 - Johniesha J - Atlanta
    Nov 06 - Ladonna D - Perry
    Nov 02 - Daniel S - Atlanta
    Nov 02 - Vanita B - Lithonia
    Oct 31 - Delores H - Villa Rica
    Oct 31 - Danyel A - Statesboro
    Oct 31 - Marie A - Gray
    Oct 31 - Patricia L - Griffin
    Oct 31 - Lynne J - Savannah
    Oct 31 - Charles B - Alpharetta
    Oct 31 - Johnny C - Atlanta
    Oct 31 - Twyla S - Ringgold
    Oct 31 - Elsie D - Stone Mountain
    Oct 31 - Marque C - Macon
    Oct 31 - Rick J - Stockbridge
    Oct 31 - Kathy R - Atlanta
    Oct 31 - Beatrice W - Lithonia
    Oct 30 - Suzanne M - Augusta
    Oct 30 - Valerie H - Acworth

    Republican candidate Donald Trump isn’t fit to sell steaks, let alone run the country. Throughout his campaign, the four-times-bankrupt heir to his family fortune has attacked African Americans, Mexicans, Muslims, women, immigrants, the disabled and just about every other group of people while fostering a culture of violence.

    Top Georgia GOP leaders like Sen. David Perdue, Sen. Johnny Isakson, Gov. Nathan Deal, Lt. Gov. Casey Cagle, House Speaker David Ralston and Secretary of State Brian Kemp refuse to withdraw support for the GOP candidate, so it’s up to Georgia voters to tell Donald Trump that his vile brand of hatred is not welcome in our state.

    Sign the pledge to fight against Trump in Georgia through the November election. When we stand together in the name of equality, fairness and tolerance, we will defeat the worst presidential candidate in modern history.