Take Action: Volunteer with GCV!
Are you interested in volunteering and love talking to people? You have the power to expand our efforts, by reaching out to voters in your community you can help us build this grassroots movement. That’s why we’re so excited you have made the decision to join the fight! Sign up below and an organizer will be in touch to get you plugged in.
Voting is Our Power
Voting is the single most important action we can take to make a difference in our state and our communities. By voting, we elect leaders who will make our dreams into reality. Conversely, by refusing to take part in elections, we surrender our power and continue the status quo that has left too many families and communities vulnerable.
We cannot afford to sit by and watch as our democracy is put under threat. Let’s make a promise to vote and push to a greener, cleaner, more equitable future that works for everyone, not just the privileged few.
Take GCV’s Environmental Pledge!
Let’s elect candidates who are strong advocates for clean energy, clean air, renewable resources and a sustainable future for all.
We have to help create the change we want to see. Take the pledge today to elect pro-environmental champions and ensure a better, brighter Georgia.
We spoke out, Georgia’s Senators and Democratic Representatives listened. The Inflation Reduction Act has passed!
Thanks to the dedicated efforts of everyone who spoke out, Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act last week! The bill is waiting the signature of President Biden and will be the single largest climate action investment in U.S. history!
We want to tell our Senators and Representatives thank you for their hard work to make sure the bill was passed – please join us and send them an email thanking them for their service!
Sign on now to send your message of thanks today!
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE YET?
If environmentalists are going to change things for the future of our planet, we must vote in every election. Take a moment to get registered today! To vote in the Primary Election on May 24th, you must be registered to vote by April 25th. Early voting begins on May 2nd and absentee ballot applications should be turned in by May 13th to ensure they’re received on time to get a ballot mailed to you. Even if you are registered to vote, you should still check to see if your registration is still valid. Here in Georgia hundreds of thousands of voters are purged from the rolls each year, and this could impact you.