These students knocked on doors and made phone calls. They get an A for effort, no matter the outcome.

The College Fix reports:

Conservative students descend on Georgia en masse to defend Republican Senate majority

Georgia voters will decide on Tuesday which party controls the U.S. Senate. Conservative students plan to make a difference in support of Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue and have already reached hundreds of thousands of voters.

College Republicans, pro-life student groups, conservative and similar organizations have sent teams to knock on doors in Georgia recently to help sway the outcome. Their outreach also includes making phone calls and sending text messages in order to help elect Loeffler and Perdue.

“We will be sending more than 200+ students and SFLAction team members for door knocking and contacting voters, following local rules for social distancing,” Kristi Hamrick, a spokesperson for Students for Life Action, told The College Fix via email.

“The pro-life group plans to knock on 70,000 doors leading up to the election,” Hamrick said.

Students For Life Action is the political advocacy arm of Students for Life of America, a national pro-life student organization.


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