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Join with Democrats Abroad in Israel as they celebrate Hanukkah on December 13. Special guest speakers include Congressman Ted Deutch of Florida and Emory University Professor Deborah Lipstadt. There will be a candle lighting (fourth night) as part of the Zoom event. And you can find out more about Democrats Abroad's Get Out the Vote campaign in the Georgia Senate runoff elections and its success in the 2020 elections from Democrats Abroad Global Chair Julia Bryan. So bring your sufganiyot to the computer and join us. Everyone, whether they are celebrating Hanukkah or not, is welcome.

But whether you can join or not, please make a donation to support Democrats Abroad's global Get Out the Vote Campaign for the Georgia Senate elections. Since this will be the first election of next year, we are suggesting a donation of $20.21 - or whatever you are able to give that will help us take back the Senate.



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