Dear ACLU-GA supporter,

Last night at the debate, the President refused to renounce white supremacy and, instead, he embraced a group that promotes sexism, white supremacy, and violence.

The President used his platform to suppress the vote, encourage voter intimidation, lie about the security of mail-in voting, and indicated he would not accept the election results should he be voted out of office.

You have the right as a citizen to cast your ballot in the manner that is best for you. We encourage you to vote by mail, vote early, or vote in person on Election Day. Make your choice, and make a plan.

We are resolute in our actions to ensure every eligible voter can access the ballot. We’re asking each of you to join us in the 34 days between now and election day. 

  1. Sign up to be a poll worker. Poll workers are urgently needed to ensure lines are moving, machines are working, and that everyone who shows up to vote, can do so.
     
  2. Call voters. There is so much at stake in this election from the top ticket all the way down to local races. Every vote counts, and every voter we reach is more likely to vote. Sign up at acluga.org/phonebanks.
  3. Absentee Ballot Rejections. If you or someone you know has had their ballot wrongly rejected, let us know by emailing ballot@acluga.org

We will stay in touch as we respond to emerging issues and invite your response.  Thank you for helping us safeguard our democracy and our sacred right to vote.

For Justice,

Andrea I. Young

Andrea Young
Executive Director
ACLU of Georgia