People Want to Vote: Georgia's Power Building Network

Georgia has a robust network of more than 40 civic engagement organizations sharing resources, strategies and expertise to strengthen their collective pursuit of a more equitable future. A member of the State Voices Network, ProGeorgia is the “state table,” the hub that knits this infrastructure together. 

“We really provide the tools, the data, the resources for our partners to go out and have really efficient, effective and strategic voter registration and voter engagement for our shared communities,” said ProGeorgia Executive Director Tamieka Atkins.

Despite a largely regressive state policy environment, this network is optimistic about Georgia’s potential. Advocates are protecting and expanding access to the ballot. The state’s population is rapidly growing and diversifying. Organizers are building power with an explicit focus on racial equity. Georgians are shifting the narrative about who they are and what is possible. And ProGeorgia is putting wind in the movement’s sails.




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