We’re making a list of things you can do to help protect the vote in Georgia. Read on to learn more.
Advocate for better voting legislation
State Rep Roger Bruce (HD61) has repeatedly proposed legislation that would allow voters to vote anywhere within their county on Election Day. If you can vote anywhere in the county during the early voting period, why not on Election Day?
“They do it for early voting. It’s in the system. I don’t understand what the difference is between early voting and election day, other than people just don’t want to do,” Rep. Bruce told 11Alive
This year, the bill HB117 failed to cross over, so it will not pass in this session, but tell the Secretary of State, Lieutenant Governor and Speaker of the House that YOU WANT THIS BILL. Tell them we need to make voting easier in Georgia!
Speaker of the House
Secretary of State
2 MLK Jr. Dr. S.E. – Floyd W. Tower
Atlanta, GA 30344
Online contact form
Become a poll worker!
The best way to fix the process is to get involved! Being a poll worker is a paying job, and you will be trained.
Click here to apply online.
If you don’t hear back from the Board of Elections within a few weeks of applying, please contact your regional chair.
Donate to a voting rights organization
There are several organizations in Georgia who are already doing great work in this space.
Fair Fight Georgia
New Georgia Project
Spread the Vote
ACLU of Georgia
Common Cause Georgia
All Voting is Local