As the attention of the country turns toward Georgia, March On and Future Coalition are working together to help turnout a record number of voters. Building off the success of our #VoteWithUs campaign for the November elections, a powerful coalition is coming together once again to organize – in-person and online – to get out the vote all across the state.
In addition to digital and in person events leading up to Election Day to encourage people to vote early, March On is hitting the road with our bus tour around the state to bring energy, food, and fun to polls in major cities.
THE MARCH ON BUS IS HEADED YOUR WAY
|Dec. 14 – Athens||Dec. 19 – Fulton County||Dec. 27 – Stockbridge|
|Dec. 15 – Dalton||Dec. 20 – Clayton County||Dec. 28 – 10am Warner Robins|
|Dec. 16 – Cobb County||Dec. 21 – Savannah||Dec. 28 – 2pm Macon|
|Dec. 17 – Dekalb County||Dec. 22 - Augusta||Dec. 29 – Albany|
|Dec. 18 – Clayton County||Dec. 23 – Atlanta||Dec. 30 – Americus/ Columbus|
Text VOTEWITHUS to 565-25 for event updates!
Calling all volunteers! We need your help to contact voters throughout the state of Georgia.
It is now more important than ever that Georgia voters make casting their ballot a priority.
Help us as we bring the Georgia community out to the polls to get their vote counted.
We are hosting phone banks and text banks to reach out to voters within the community to notify them of registration, early voting information and keeping the community informed on where they can cast their ballot.
* These are guided phone banks and text banks that are led by members of March On and Future Coalition. You can also sign up to learn how to host your own virtual volunteering event!
We are helping volunteers get connected with in-person volunteering/canvassing opportunities in the key battlegrounds of Georgia, safely and with trusted March On partners.
We are partnering with leading Georgia-based organizations to provide in-person volunteer opportunities around the state of Georgia:
Weekend of 12/05 – Voter Registration
Weekend of 12/12 – Early Voting Information
Weekend of 12/19 – Early Voting Locations
Weekend of 01/02 – GOTV
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Disinformation is designed to suppress the vote.
That’s why we’re here to set the record straight on how, when and where Georgians can vote to participate in this critically important election.
Early voting is allowed at any early voting location in your county. If you choose to vote on election day on January 5, you must vote at your assigned polling place, which may be different from the polling place you were assigned for the last election. Because of recent polling place closures by Georgia elections officials, some of the polling places assigned in November may no longer be operating as polling places. Check your early voting and election day polling places here.
You MUST vote in the runoff election if you want your vote to be counted. The runoff election is different from the general election that took place in November.
Absentee, or early, voting is safe and secure. It’s also an effective way to cast a ballot during a pandemic because it maximizes health and safety by letting you vote on your own schedule without waiting in long lines on election day.
You may vote for whichever Senate candidates you wish, regardless of who you voted for in the presidential election.
As long as you are registered, you may vote in the runoff election even if you didn’t vote in the presidential election.
You may choose to vote early, absentee or on election day in the runoff election.
If you didn’t receive your requested absentee ballot, you can go before the registrar or absentee ballot clerk and make a written request to have your ballot marked cancelled. You must bring identification. The registrar will then notify the managers of your precinct to permit you to vote in person.
You may bring your absentee ballot to the poll manager of your precinct and surrender it. At that point, you will be allowed to vote in person on a regular ballot.