Many people have asked how they can help with efforts to reelect U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock (D-GA) leading up to his runoff election on December 6, so we’ve put together a list of opportunities. Early voting starts this Saturday in some Georgia counties and runs through December 2.
Swing Blue Alliance has organized opportunities to write postcards or letters to Georgia voters. Sign up for their AIM HI volunteer program here.
Sign up to write letters/postcards to Georgia voters with Vote Forward here.
Sign up to volunteer with Warnock’s campaign here.
Sign up to phone bank with Georgia Votes, the Democratic Party of Georgia’s coordinated campaign, here.
Sign up to phone bank with Swing Blue Alliance here. They host a training session at the sta of each shift.
Indivisible Georgia Coalition and Gaslit Nation are teaming up to host two phone banks. Sign up for December 1 here and December 5 here.
Sign up to phone bank with the New Georgia Project Action Fund here. Sign up for their text banking opportunities here. The mission of the New Georgia Project Action Fund is “to increase the civic participation of the New Georgia Majority — Black, Latinx, AAPI, and young Georgians — and other historically marginalized communities by building grassroots political power in support of progressive candidates, policies, and issues.”
If you’re willing to travel to Georgia, quite a few in-person canvassing opportunities are available.
See a list of canvassing events with Georgia Votes here.
Knock doors with the New Georgia Project Action Fund here.
Volunteer with Warnock’s campaign here.
Sign up to canvass with Indivisible Georgia Coalition here.
Help Sen. Warnock by donating directly to his campaign at warnockforgeorgia.com.