Biden Campaign Recruiting Volunteers To Go ‘Door To Door’ And ‘Fix’ Ballots After Election Day

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Barack Obama’s former speech writer David Litt has tweeted that the Biden campaign is searching for volunteers to help “voters fix their mail in ballots” in Georgia the day after election day.

“Anyone in Georgia? Team Joe needs people to go door to door helping voters fix their mail in ballots so they count. Sign up!” Litt tweeted.

The tweet links to a page created by the Democratic Party of Georgia and says “Attention everyone in or near Georgia: We need YOUR help today! This race is not over and we need every single vote to be counted. It is all hands on deck and all eyes on Georgia! Join us today for a virtual training to learn how to knock doors to help voters cure their ballots. We need you in this fight with us today and tomorrow and Friday. We’ve come so far, this is how we bring it home. See you in the virtual training room and out knocking doors soon!”

Georgia is a crucial battleground state for President Trump’s reelection, and the president is ahead of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden by 1.2% with 97% reporting, according to the Associated Press.