Georgia Equality rallies its supporters

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imageGeorgia Equality held its fall fundraiser on Wednesday, drawing a lively crowd to Einstein’s.

A few candidates also attended “Rally the Vote,” including Fulton County State Court Judge Susan Edlein. Georgia Equality endorsed a handful of judicial candidates and General Assembly candidates earlier this month.

Atlanta City Council President Lisa Borders headlined the event. And Sen. Barack Obama provided a treat for his gay supporters in the crowd, as his 30-minute infomercial hit the airwaves at 8 p.m. and was broadcast on several large televisions in the bar at Einstein’s as “Rally the Vote” was wrapping up.

View the Project Q Atlanta photo album from the event.

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