SeeSay2020

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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Savvy organizers are combining data from the U.S. Census and the Secretary of State with advanced mapping software for answers.

A map is worth 5,000 words to find unregistered Georgia voters

Which counties have the most unregistered voters? How does a county’s racial composition impact how many residents get to vote? Where should organizers focus to increase voter registration and turnout? Savvy organizers create maps with U.S. Census, voting data and county specific information to decide where to focus their voter mobilization efforts. What is the …

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Inside Edition, billboards & The Lincoln Project show voters how to report voter suppression.

Inside Edition, billboards & The Lincoln Project show voters how to report voter suppression.

How do you tackle rampant voter suppression? Thousands of citizen reporters exposing voting issues and getting them quickly to the press, officials and voting rights advocates. Inside Edition, The Lincoln Project and billboards encourage voters to report obstacles they face with SeeSay2020. Inside Edition Inside Edition with Deborah Norville is a news broadcasting newsmagazine distributed …

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