How To Support: GA Election


Key Dates:
November 18 – Absentee Ballots can be mailed out
December 7 – Voter Registration Deadline
December 14-18, 21-23, 26, 28-31 – Early Voting

January 5 – Special Election


Register to Vote 
Request an Absentee Ballot 
Track Your Ballot 

Collected Info Pages:

Collected ways to help in GA:
America Votes volunteer Signup for collection of orgs
Blueprint Voter Fund

Voter Protection Opportunities:
“Ready to *keep* Georgia blue? Join the Democratic Party of Georgia’s Voter Protection team for the Runoff! All of our volunteer opportunities – including in-person and remote – are available here: ! Also, register NOW to be an on-the-ground poll watcher during early vote (Dec. 14-31) and/or on Runoff Election Day (Jan. 5) here:

Report Real-Time Issues for Voting/Voter Protection:

Urgent Needs:

Make Canvasser Recruitment Calls
How: Sign up for a phone bank shift here.
What You’ll Be Doing: Can’t knock doors in Georgia yourself? You can still make calls from home to help us recruit canvassers!
Best for: Remote volunteers with a phone and friendly disposition!

Daily: New Georgia Project has daily (c)(3) friendly phonebanking from 5-8pm ET and is looking for canvassers:

Daily: Phone Bank to Recruit Cure Canvassers (urgent need)
Call volunteers and ask them to help us safely knock doors across the state of Georgia protecting the vote. Sign up for a shift here:

Daily: LOCAL – GA in-person only Participate in In-Person Ballot Cure Canvassing (urgent need). Go in-person to help Georgia voters fix registration, absentee ballot, and provisional ballot issues. All volunteers must wear a mask and maintain social distancing while canvassing. Sign up for a training here: 

Daily: Call Voters for Ballot Cure. Call voters who face issues voting and walk them through the steps to make sure their vote is counted. Sign up for a shift here:

Ongoing: Phone Bank with When We All Vote to GOTV

Vote Forward – Letter Writing Campaign

Volunteer with Seed the Vote

Color of Change Hosts Virtual Black Joy Textathons: Next Thursday and leading up until Election Day.

Sister District Portland team are standing up three weekly phonebanks. Superior training and support, high efficiency, and just a really good group of people. link: Fight’s (c)(4) friendly virtual voter outreach phoning and texting opportunities,  and sign up here to let them know how you can help.

Make calls any time with ProGeorgia (c)(3) friendly  – sign up at and fill out their Volunteer form 

Voting Rights Alliance is working to connect volunteers to non-partisan groups to mobilize vote in low turnout areas. Learn more about their Georgia Equity Campaign here

Phonebanks and texting students organized by PIRG

LatinX outreach with Mijente PAC: or Poder Latinx

Atlanta Area Voter Registration Events: Women-led volunteer group focused on canvassing and lit drops to register new voters at metro apartment complexes and help voters request absentee ballots for the runoffs:

NARAL NYWTTF, and WHARR are co-hosting phone banks for the GA Runoffs at least once a week until Jan. 5th! We always do a fun, tight training at the top & have special guests joining us- NARAL President, Ilyse Hogue will be on a few, + more! All the links are here:

Sign up to volunteer with When We All Vote
Monday, January 4th. 6:00pm. Harlem for Georgia – Phone bank with Senator Brian Benjamin and guests.  Register here.


Early Vote Info:
Candidate Info for Catholics in GA
GA Hotline: 888-730-5816 voter protection and report disinformation

Jon Ossoff for U.S. Senate:
Rev. Raphael Warnock for U.S. Senate:
Daniel Blackman for Public Service Commission, District 4:
Deborah Gonzalez for District Attorney, Western Judicial Circuit (Clarke/Oconee counties):

159 Georgia Together:
ACLU of Georgia:
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA):
Asian American Advocacy Fund:
Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta:
Black Male Voter Project:
Black to the Future Action Fund:
Black Voters Matter Fund:
Care in Action:
Common Cause Georgia:
Fair Fight Action:
Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials (GALEO):
Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda:
Georgia Muslim Voter Project:
Georgia Postcard Project:
Georgia Shift Action:
Georgia Stand Up:
Indivisible Georgia Coalition: Indivisible Georgia Coalition
Indivisible GA-04:
NAACP Georgia: Volunteer signup:
New Georgia Project:
Poder Latinx:
Political Rascals:
Reclaim Our Vote: Reclaim Our Vote
Screven Forward:
Song Power:
Women Engaged:

See extended list at

Democratic Party of Georgia:
Democratic Party County Committees (, including Camden:; Chatham:; Clayton: The Democratic Party of Clayton County, Georgia; Cobb:; DeKalb:; Dougherty: Dougherty County Democratic Party; Fulton:; Gwinnett:; Glynn:; Richmond:
Young Democrats of Georgia: Young Democrats of Georgia
Also: DSCC: Ongoing get out the vote phonebanks for Jon Ossoff/Rev. Raphael Warnock:

GAVotes graphics: Gifs



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