Ways To Help Stacey Abrams
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The next 36 hours are crucial to helping voters make sure their votes count and to helping Stacey cross the finish line. If Stacey is fighting, we must fight with her. We have to get the message out about provisional ballots to voters across the state, and lots of organizations are doing their part to make it possible. Provisional ballots must be validated by Friday, Nov 9th. Voters can validate provisional ballots by going into their county election office. If they have questions, they should call 866-OUR-VOTE.
From Stacey’s campaign:
From the Georgia Democratic party:
From allied groups:
Voter protection hotlines:
Sample social media content:
GEORGIA: If you cast a provisional ballot on Tuesday, head to your county election office ASAP. Bring your ballot receipt, your driver’s license/ID or proof of citizenship. Deadline is Friday, time varies by county: www.GoVoteGA.org
All provisional ballots in Georgia MUST be counted. Anyone who cast a provisional ballot should head to their county elections office by Friday to validate their vote. Your vote won’t count if you don’t go, so spread the word.
Thousands of provisional ballots are waiting to be counted, and your vote won’t be left out of this historic moment. Go to www.GoVoteGA.org to get provisional ballot information.
Any Georgia voter who cast a provisional ballot should contact 866-OUR-VOTE to immediately ensure your vote is counted. Every voter must be heard.
Provisional ballot, paper ballot, emergency ballot. No matter what you call it, all of those voters should call 866-OUR-VOTE to make sure their vote is counted.
Tell your friends: if you cast a provisional/paper ballot on Tuesday in Georgia, you must go to your county election office ASAP to validate your ballot. Find your office here: http://elections.sos.ga.gov/Elections/countyelectionoffices.do
We must fight for our rights, no matter what. If you cast a provisional ballot on Tuesday in Georgia, go to your county election office ASAP to exercise your rights. www.GoVoteGa.org for the info you need.
Our right to vote is sacred. Don’t let them take away our rights. If you cast a provisional ballot on Tuesday in Georgia, go to your county election office ASAP to validate your ballot: http://elections.sos.ga.gov/Elections/countyelectionoffices.do
GEORGIA VOTERS! Here is what you need to know if you cast a provisional ballot on Tuesday. Forward this message to your friends and family -- make sure every vote counts!
If you don’t have your ballot receipt, go to your county office anyway.
If you used a paper ballot on Tuesday, it was probably provisional. Go to your county office.
If you can’t find your ID, bring any government ID: current out of state ID, state school ID, conceal carry license, etc.
FWD: FWD: FWD: Georgia voters who cast provisional/paper/emergency ballots on Tuesday must go to the county election office by Friday to validate their ballots. Bring your ID, your ballot receipt, and make sure that you bring your ballot receipt with you. Every single vote must be counted, and we don’t want you to be left out.
GEORGIA: If you cast a provisional ballot yesterday, head to your county election office ASAP. Bring your ballot receipt, your driver’s license/ID or proof of citizenship. You must appear at the county election office by Friday for your vote to count. If you have questions about what to do, go to www.GoVoteGA.org or call 866-OUR-VOTE
Record a PSA and post it on social media:
Georgia, you still have the chance to make history.
We have until Friday, November 9th, to make sure every single vote is counted. If you or anyone you know cast a provisional or paper ballot, you need to go to your county election office ASAP to validate your vote. Bring your ID and your ballot receipt.
If you have any questions, call the voter protection hotline: 866-OUR-VOTE.
We have to send a message that Georgia voters won’t be intimidated or denied their rights. Validate your vote at the county election office TODAY.
Your vote matters. We are Georgia, and our votes must be counted.