Mobilizing Supporters and Voters

NAACP Atlanta uses relational organizing to get out the vote in Georgia

NAACP Atlanta Gets-Out-The-Vote with relational organizing

Increased Black voter turnout was key to Senator Warnock and Ossoff’s victories in Georgia. NAACP Atlanta worked with a broad coalition of partners to increase Black voter turnout. This blog covers changes in the general vs runoff election; the groups in their coalition; how they partnered with local community groups and the role of relational …

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See Say enables voters to report incidents of voter suppression from their phones.

See Something, Say Something. Georgia.

Voter suppression has evolved. The systems used to track and respond to it need to keep pace. How can voters be empowered to report incidents of voter suppression easily? How can the incidents reported be screened and escalated quickly? How can the data collected be shared as a community resource to reduce future voter suppression? …

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