Democrats are pumping millions into the Georgia congressional election set for Tuesday, hoping a 30-year-old political upstart who’s drawing in star power can provide a rebuke to President Trump and help the party reclaim lost momentum.

Hollywood has actually even come out for the off-cycle vote, with actor Samuel L. Jackson cutting a radio ad urging voters to flip the seat as soon as held by Republican Tom Rate, who is now Trump’s health secretary.

“Vote for the Democratic Celebration. Stop Donald Trump, a male who encourages racial and spiritual discrimination and sexism,” Jackson says in the advertisement, casting the race as a possibility to weaken the Republican president and throwing in “Pulp Fiction” recommendations for good measure. “We have to channel the fantastic revenge and fury we have for this administration into votes at the tally box.”

Democrats tried a comparable technique last week in their stopped working bid for the open seat of Kansas’ Mike Pompeo, arguing a win because conservative district would show just how excited Americans are to end Trump and fellow Republican politicians’ control of Washington.

Washington Democrats, however, put basically no resources into the race. By contrast, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee staffers are on the ground in Georgia, and fans have provided top Democratic prospect Jon Ossoff $8 million-plus, with 80 percent of the cash coming from outside the state.

Republican politicians have held the suburban Atlanta seat for nearly 4 years. Democrats saw an opening for an upset after Trump last year narrowly beat Democrat Hillary Clinton in that district, while Rate won with 61 percent of the vote.

Democrats likewise see a win as a catalyst for them in the 2018 midterm elections, though Republicans would still have an approximately 44-seat majority in your home and a four-seat benefit in the Senate.

The race Tuesday features 18 prospects– 11 Republicans, five Democrats and two independents. To outright take the so-called “jungle primary,” the winner needs to get more than 50 percent of the vote. If not, the leader would deal with the second-place finisher in a runoff.Ossoff is anticipated to get the most votes however not the bulk, likely sending him and one of the Republican candidates to the June 20 runoff.Trump and other Washington Republicans have actually gotten into the act– a clear indication of their desire to keep the seat and blunt any momentum toward a possible 2018 Democratic return.”The very Liberal Democrat in the Georgia Congressioal(sic)race tomorrow desires to protect crooks, permit prohibited migration and raise taxes!,”Trump tweeted Monday.He also tweeted Sunday:”The recent Kansas election(Congress )was a truly huge media event, till the Republicans won. Now they play the same video game with Georgia-BAD!” Republican field staffers likewise have been dispatched to Georgia. A GOP political action committee backed by House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis.,

has invested more than $2 million assaulting Ossoff.In addition, the amount of loan going to Ossoff is also a liability.”I do not care what celebration you’re from, “stated Marty Aftewicz, a 66-year-old Republican voter from

Marietta.”If the cash’s coming from outside the district, it’s filthy. … Anyone raising that much outdoors cash cannot represent me.”Republican politicians have likewise run a barrage of campaign ads trying to tie the 30-year-old Ossoff to Home Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, and depict him as too sophomoric and unskilled to govern.The Congressional Leadership Fund incredibly PAC, for example, is running advertisements showing him pretending to be “Star Wars “character Han Solo while participating in Georgetown University.”Jon is being bankrolled by the most severe liberals,” stated Karen Handel, a former secretary of state and among Ossoff’s Republican oppositions.”Nobody is naive enough to believe that he will not be beholden to those who are bankrolling him.

“Ossoff, however, promises to be an” independent voice”in Congress. And he protects his project as a grassroots success powered by little and medium donors.Ossoff is a former staffer to Rep. Hank Johnson and intern for civil rights icon Rep. John Lewis, Georgia

Democrats now supporting Ossoff in the race.Though he might get the most votes Tuesday, national Republicans believe he would lose in June to Handel or fellow GOP candidates Bob Gray, a technology executive, or Dan Moody or Judson Hill, former state senators.Handel pledges to deal with Trump on common-ground concerns however states her job is to” be a voice for individuals of the 6th District.”Gray says he would be a”ready partner”in the effort to fulfill Trump’s legislative agenda.The Associated Press added to this report.