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Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro knows how to win elections, run elections, and keep them safe and fair. In his home state, he set a record for the most votes ever in the history of Pennsylvania for any office at any time.

He also told Molly Jong-Fast in the latest episode of The New Abnormal that oversaw—and won—at least 40 cases of alleged voter fraud brought against the state after President Joe Biden rightfully won the 2020 election and former President Trump didn’t.

Shapiro says the success rate is due to the prep he and his fellow Democrats did the minute they noticed Trump making “big lie” mutterings.

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“When the former president began talking about how vote by mail was not OK and that the Democrats were going to try and steal the election, all of his greatest hits, I immediately put together a team in my office made up of lawyers from both our criminal division and our civil division,” he says. “We basically had three focuses that we were trying to deal with first.”

One was making sure people had access to the polls, the second was making sure voting was safe, and the third: “How could we deal with the inevitable legal challenges that would come after the election, trying to deny people's votes from being counted?”

It also helped that, according to Shapiro, the rare cases of any type of voter wrongdoing were committed by people trying to vote for Trump. The irony! So what does he think of the Republicans trying to come for the purple state? Bring it.

    “I’m staying in this game. I’m not going to be deterred. I am unafraid of what they’re putting forward,” he says.

    Elsewhere in the episode, former Stockton, California, mayor Michael Tubbs, author of The Deeper the Roots: A Memoir of Hope and Home, tells Molly about the fatal flaw that cost him his seat in office. “For three years, I did not respond to [mis]information because it was so stupid. And so ridiculous,” he says. “I thought it was beneath the title of the mayor to respond to some Facebook blog who said I was stealing money. But that’s just not the terrain we’re in.” Tubbs also talks about what Dems should be focusing on that Republicans are really good at: emotions.

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    When is the last time Georgia beat Alabama football?

    Despite playing semi-regularly over the years, it has not been since the 2007 season that the Georgia football team has beaten the Alabama football program.

    With Georgia football fans thinking about the College Football Playoff, Alabama football fans have to win on Saturday to have any shot of getting into the big dance.

    These two SEC titans will clash in Atlanta on Saturday afternoon. Georgia enters play undefeated at 12-0. Alabama has one loss on the year to Texas A&M, so the Crimson Tide have no wiggle room if they want to make the four-team field. They must beat the Dawgs at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta or else. However, it has been a minute since the Dawgs beat the Crimson Tide.

    The last time Georgia beat Alabama on the college football gridiron, Nick Saban was just getting started in Tuscaloosa.

    Georgia football: When was the last time the Dawgs beat Alabama?

    The last time Georgia beat Alabama was on Sept. 22, 2007. It was an overtime thriller in Tuscaloosa, as Matthew Stafford and the rest of Mark Richt’s team beat a rebuilding Saban squad, 26-23. Almost a year later, these two SEC powers met in Athens for the infamous Blackout Game. No. 8 Alabama crushed No. 3 Georgia. The college football world changed forever after that night.

    Alabama is currently riding the longest winning streak in the rivalry’s history at six. This includes two SEC Championship game victories over Georgia (2012, 2018), as well as the 2017 national title. Fate would have it all three heart-breaking losses were in Atlanta. It is only fitting that the Dawgs must slay the dragon in the same city where so much pain and suffering emanates from.

    If Georgia beats Alabama, the Dawgs will be the undisputed No. 1 seed in the 2022 College Football Playoff.

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