We all want free and fair elections.
Georgians deserve a democracy that values and holds sacred the freedom to vote. At Common Cause Georgia, we are committed to defending voting rights, making ballot box accessible for all eligible voters, and safeguarding our voting systems to guarantee accurate and fair elections. Every election year, we mobilize volunteers to help our fellow Georgians navigate the voting process and cast their votes without obstruction, confusion, or intimidation.
Common Cause Georgia is part of a nonpartisan Election Protection Coalition that seeks to ensure that every eligible voter who wants to vote can and that every vote is counted accurately. Our Election Protection program is not affiliated with any party, candidate or issue campaign.
You can use the voting tools above to verify your voter registration, find out if you are eligible to vote, register to vote, get election reminders and more.
We can’t do it without you…
In the months preceding an election, we conduct both virtual and in-person poll monitor training sessions. Then, on Election Day, groups of trained monitors are sent to polling places to help voters know their rights and to let them know about 866-OUR-VOTE hotline.
Our trained, nonpartisan poll monitors are stationed on the ground at polling places as a crucial line of defense for voters against suppression tactics, confusing laws, outdated infrastructure, and other impediments to making themselves heard. Above all, we inform voters of their rights, help elections officials handle problems in real time, and notify legal teams when the courts’ interference is needed.
As Americans, our right to vote is a privilege and a responsibility. The right to vote and have our voices heard is fundamental to our democracy. Our democracy is stronger when every eligible Americans participates, confident that when they cast a vote that it will be counted as cast, that the process is secure, and that anyone who interferes or tampers with our elections will be held accountable.
Use our collection of voting tools to: