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This 80s R&B Singer Just Made A Comeback To Encourage Georgia To Go Vote (VIDEO)

"Baby, Come To Me" - the polls. 🎶
This 80s R&B Singer Just Made A Comeback To Encourage Georgia To Go Vote (VIDEO)

Voting Day has arrived for the Georgia Senate runoff elections, and one popular R&B singer just made a comeback to help encourage voters in the state.

Patti Austin, who is best known for hits such as 1981's "Baby, Come To Me," and 1984's "All Behind Us Now" has not put out a song in nearly five years, but it seems she decided to make a small comeback in honor of what could be a historic election.

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Georgia you're not just voting for you, no you're voting for me too. Patti Austin 

Her short two-minute song entitled "Georgia Ur Votin 4ME2," is about the racial inequality she has experienced throughout her life as an African American female, and she concludes by asking for a "belated Christmas gift."  

It's safe to say Austin's comeback song fired up some voters and got them to head to the polls.

Georgians will be voting in a United States Senator election, which could lead to the Republican-controlled Senate being handed over to the Democrats.

It is not yet known if Americans will hear the final decision Tuesday night or days later, much like the presidential election in November.

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