Phone bank to notify Georgia voters they could be purged!

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Graphic from Fair Fight

Voter suppression efforts in Georgia were so rampant in 2018 that they likely cost Stacey Abrams the election for governor. A Congressional committee even took a fieldtrip to Atlanta to investigate.

Now the Georgia Secretary of State is set to purge over 300,000 voters from the voter rolls.

Stacey Abrams and Fair Fight want to ensure that voters who should stay on the rolls do stay on the rolls. They’re holding a phone bank–both in person in Atlanta and virtually–on Thursday to contact voters in danger of being purged.

Thursday, November 21
10AM – 9PM
Ebenezer Baptist Church or online

If you can attend in-person in Atlanta you may even run into some presidential candidates in town for the debate!


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2 Comments

  1. I would like to help call voters to be purged from the voter rolls…are you still in the process of notifying these people? Or is there anything else I can help you with – especially up here in Forsyth County.

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