Kalamazoo residents volunteer in Georgia's Senate election
Three Kalamazoo volunteers helping get out the Democratic vote in today's (Tuesday's) US Senate races in Georgia say they're excited about the work.
Troy Zukowski-Serlin says he hopes the two Democrats will win, giving the party effective control of the Senate. If they don't, he says Republicans may try block many of President-elect Joe Biden's initiatives:
"By creating a tie for the next couple of years, I think this frees up a lot of Republicans, especially, to start working with Democrats to create some bipartisan legislation," said Zukowski-Serlin.
Zukowski-Serlin is in the Savannah area with his wife and daughter until Friday. They're also helping people whose ballots were rejected initially fix them so they can be counted.