OPTIONS to Help Get Out The Georgia Vote (again)!
Pick an option below and do it again and again
(and invite friends to join you)
Georgia Votes This Tuesday!!
In cooperation with our sister campaign, Reclaim Our Vote, and many groups / organizers on the ground we are focusing get out the vote efforts in rural counties.
The Notorious RVG is in Georgia for its fourth and final visit January 2-6. While it is on the ground participating in votercades and roadside voter outreach WE can help from anywhere in the country by joining the Reclaim Our Vote phone banks.
Georgia voter registration analysis map -- the darker the shade of purple in a county, the higher the percentage of unregistered potential voters of color. For details on any county, drill in / click it to see the analysis. Additional ways to help GOTV in Georgia are below the map.
1-2-3: Contact friends and family
Text your family and friends in Georgia to make sure they are planning to vote and ask them to consider using the app to do the same with their friends / family in Georgia.
VoteForce uses your contacts and phone's capabilities and will NOT infringe upon the privacy of your personal data. Your personal information stays personal and this tool simply provides friendly voting links / prompts / reminders through your phone's texting software. Invest a little time and encourage other gender equality voters to get out and VOTE!
STEP ONE: Download the app: VoteForce -> (iOS / Android)
STEP TWO: Sign in under Reclaim Our Vote to access get out the vote / issue messaging
STEP THREE: Send texts to your friends and family
If you live in Georgia, can you work the polls on January 5th?
An incredible number of poll workers are over age 70 and at greater health risk with the pandemic. Please apply to be a paid poll worker with your state and bolster their numbers.
When people see someone that looks like them inside the polls it is a more welcoming environment. In Georgia, you only need to be 16 years old (but you must reside in county / election jurisdiction). You can sign up through the Georgia ACLU by clicking here or by contacting your county.
Students and people who recently moved will need to update their voter registration information for their new county before they can apply to be a paid poll worker. This can be done online -- see our page "Your Vote" for a link to check your voter registration.