Daily Kos activists like you have gone above and beyond to connect with voters all across the country and it has paid off: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are headed to the White House in January and several states have flipped blue!
Now, we must continue to push to flip the Georgia U.S. Senate seats blue. Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock are both dedicated to protecting Georgians’ access to health care, economic relief, housing, and education. In order to get them to Washington, D.C., we need to do massive voter outreach to ensure Georgia voters know that these candidates are ready to deliver progressive change. And while the runoff is not until January, all Vote Forward letters must be written and dropped in the mail next week: on Monday, December 7.
This is an all-hands-on-deck moment. With the Georgia runoff election about a month away, we must all do our part to flip Georgia blue.
SIGN UP HERE to write to infrequent voters in Georgia who may not know a runoff election is happening in January. Once you sign up, please write your letters and make sure to drop them off in the mail by one week from now December 7.
Vote Forward is simple. You set up an account, and then "adopt" a number of targeted voters in Georgia. Then, you print out letters and write these voters personalized, handwritten messages on the value of voting—and why we need them to come out and vote in January.
Daily Kos volunteers have already made great strides to flip states and turn out record numbers of voters for the 2020 elections this year writing 2.5 million letters of 15 million to infrequent voters across the country. Now is the time to use our momentum to make an even bigger blue wave for Georgia. We are so close!
If you have written letters with Vote Forward before, the program has changed slightly for the Georgia runoff—so please read the detailed instructions on how you can be most effective. This is a great opportunity for introverts and busy people to make a difference. It can even be a fun activity to do with your family or housemates this week or weekend.
With one week left until the letter send date, December 7, “adopting” Georgia voters will go a long way. Over 600,000 voters in Georgia have requested absentee ballots for the runoff election—let’s make history and ensure all Georgia voters have the chance to be heard.
CLICK HERE to sign up to adopt at least one Georgia voter to encourage them to cast their ballots in the January runoff election. All you need to do is make an account and start writing!
Double your impact: Chip in $1 to each of these progressive organizations in Georgia that are once again mobilizing the winning coalition of voters that flipped Georgia blue.