In Georgia, campaigns look to drive turnout with a knock


              The sun spotlights the tower of the historic Terrell County courthouse on Friday, Oct. 7, 2022 in Dawson, Ga. Candidates, parties and outside groups are increasing their emphasis on door-to-door outreach as Georgia grows more politically competitive. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)
            
              Erika Hardwick, right, a paid canvasser with the New Georgia Project Action Fund, shares literature with Patricia Lee urging Lee to vote on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022 in Dawson, Ga. Candidates, parties and outside groups are increasing their emphasis on door-to-door outreach as Georgia grows more politically competitive. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)
            
              Erika Hardwick, left, a paid canvasser with the New Georgia Project Action Fund, talks to Joseph Peters about the upcoming election on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022 in Dawson, Ga. Candidates, parties and outside groups are increasing their emphasis on door-to-door outreach as Georgia grows more politically competitive. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)
            
              Erika Hardwick waits at a door on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022 in Dawson, Ga., as she canvasses for the New Georgia Project Action Fund. Candidates, parties and outside groups are increasing their emphasis on door-to-door outreach as Georgia grows more politically competitive. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)
            
              Erika Hardwick, left, a paid canvasser with the New Georgia Project Action Fund, shared literature with Patricia Lee urging Lee to vote on Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022 in Dawson, Ga. Candidates, parties and outside groups are increasing their emphasis on door-to-door outreach as Georgia grows more politically competitive. (AP Photo/Jeff Amy)