Georgia Democrats predicted pickups in the General Assembly and the U.S. Senate Thursday fueled by out-of-state donations to build an ambitious voter-turnout program.

Democratic officials gathered the media to party headquarters on the fourth floor of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers offices. Senate nominee Jim Barksdale was also there to call for increased spending on infrastructure, education and “people” but without a tax increase while decrying federal deficit spending, foreign intervention, trade deals and Wall Street. 

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