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Click here to support outreach to Latino voters for THE Georgia Senate race
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Click here to support outreach to Latino voters for Georgia Senate race

We have one more chance to defend our future.

Get ready to vote in Georgia! You can still register even if you didn’t vote in the last election or are turning 18 before January 5th, 2021. 

Keep track of key dates in the Georgia January run-off elections.

Voter Registration Deadline

Vote Early

Starts on Dec 14, 2020
Early Voting Location

Vote by Mail

Now until - Jan 5, 2021
Request Your Ballot

Senate Runoff Election Day

Check your registration.

Even if you think you’re already registered to vote, it’s always good to double check that all your information is up to date.

Check your registration.

Even if you think you’re already registered to vote, it’s always good to double check that all your information is up to date.

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FAQs

Why are these elections extremely important for the future of our country?

The race is tight, but if we get the 283,000 Latino households in Georgia to vote as part of a large multi-racial coalition working in Georgia, we can flip the two remaining seats in the Senate. This means we take the power away from the Republican party.

Can I vote this time if I didn’t vote in November?

Yes, anyone who didn’t vote or is just turning 18 before January 5th can register to vote until December 7th, 2020. Click here to register for the first time or check your registration.

Do I need a new ballot?

Yes, everyone needs a new ballot which can be requested now or vote in person from December 14th, 2020 until January 5th, 2021.

What is the most helpful way to take action if I live in Georgia?

If you’re in Georgia, please join our volunteers who are already knocking on doors. Meeting our gente where they are and having authentic, face-to-face conversations is one of the most effective ways to ensure Latino voters head to the polls.

What about COVID safety?

For your safety and the safety of our community, we will have a strict safety plan in place for COVID. All participants will be required to comply with these protocols and will receive safety training prior to knocking doors. Mijente has also been safely knocking on doors in North Carolina and Georgia and our organizers will be using that experience to inform our process. That said, everyone should assess their own health risks and make decisions that are best fit for their particular situation.

How can I get involved if I don’t live in Georgia?

The rest of our team is hosting phone banking sessions, so please join us! You don’t need to be familiar with the candidates, logistics, or political history in Georgia. We’ll help you with scripts and detailed instructions.

Do I need to be a Spanish speaker to join a phone banking session?

English speakers are also welcome! We call voters who speak both languages and will train you on what to do if you can't communicate with someone.

Will I get a script and/or instructions for the phone banking?

Yes. We’ll give you access to our phone banking platform, which contains scripts and detailed instructions. Someone from our team will also attend every session to answer questions live.

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