Calling Voters about how to Vote by Mail
The majority of Georgians want action on climate and environment, and to get it, we must elect leaders at the federal, state, county, city, and local levels who are willing to stand at the forefront of the fight for a more just and sustainable future.
That’s why the Georgia Conservation Voters and the Sierra Club Georgia Chapter are teaming up to help get environmental voters to the polls this November!
The COVID pandemic has presented some remarkable challenges for elections this year, and voters are extremely concerned about their ability to cast a safe, secure, and successful vote at the polls this November. That’s why we’re excited to reach out to voters and let them know they have the option to cast their vote by mail (a.k.a. absentee voting).
This is a new process for voting for so many people. Join us for a phone banking session to help share information with voters about how to vote by mail, and if they cannot vote by mail, what their other options are. We will have a brief training at the beginning of the session to get you acquainted to phone banking, even if you’re new. Your time will help us make sure every last vote is counted, including yours!
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