In the wake of recent anti-voter laws, All Voting is Local Georgia is working alongside our dedicated partners to demand election officials improve voter education and make voting more accessible across the state.
In Georgia, anyone can challenge a voter’s eligibility. Conspiracy theorists have used this to swamp elections officials with unfounded challenges meant to subvert our elections. Ensure this doesn’t happen to you or your neighbors by confirming your voter registration status today.
The federal Voting Rights Act protects your ability to have a translator at the polls. Know your rights >
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All Voting is Local Georgia organizes against baseless challenges to voter eligibility, which are bogging down elections officials and preventing them from working on things that actually matter: educating voters, securing more polling sites, and training poll workers.
news from Georgia
Georgia’s SB 202 Continues to Confuse Poll Workers and Disenfranchise Voters
November 15, 2022 ATLANTA — All Voting is Local Georgia State Director Kristin Nabers issued the following statement in response to Gwinnett County voters who needlessly had their provisional ballots rejected: “Today, we learned that 48 would-be – and should-be – Gwinnett County voters had their properly cast out-of-precinct provisional ballots rejected due to errors […]
Georgia’s Renewed Anti-Voting Legislation Perpetuates the Big Lie
ATLANTA — All Voting is Local Georgia State Campaign Manager Lana Goitia Paz issued the following statement in response to the Georgia legislature passing Senate Bill 441, which expands the powers of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation to look into election-related cases:
Georgia’s Latest Anti-Voter Legislation is Another Attempt to Sabotage Elections
ATLANTA — All Voting is Local Georgia State Director Kristin Nabers issued the following statement in response to House Bill 1464, a wide-ranging anti-voter bill introduced Wednesday that would allow for more sham election reviews, cut grant funding that is necessary to run elections well, and give Georgia’s Bureau of Investigation the power to investigate elections: