Our work this year is not done! Taking back the Senate can only happen if Georgians elect Jon Ossoff and Rev. Raphael Warnock on January 5, 2021, and we know that motivating unlikely voters is the key to victory. We recommend donating now to three reputable organizations focused on registering and turning out Democratic voters in Georgia.

With all eyes on the two Georgia Senate races, the question is where your donation will make the biggest difference. Flip the Vote recommends donating now to three groups with proven track records of relational voter turnout in their communities. These groups will be able to act quickly to engage and turn out voters of color who will be critical to winning this pivotal election. All three groups are partisan 501(c)(4)s, which means they can specifically target Democractic voters; donations to them are not tax deductible.

The Black Voters Matter Fund is dedicated to expanding Black voter engagement and increasing progressive power across the South. It has:

  • Black leadership and staff with close connections to its core Black, faith-based, and female constituencies

  • Widespread Georgia presence in 41 counties and existing rural strength

  • Relationships with smaller organizations to whom it will distribute $1 million and provide capacity-building assistance

  • Existing infrastructure and a runoff plan for reaching out to rural communities, including caravans for voter registration and GOTV, 300,000+ phone calls, 2 million+ texts, and digital outreach,

  • A successful history helping elect Doug Jones to the U.S. Senate in 2017

  • A $1.5 million budget gap for this election

The Asian American Advocacy Fund is a legal and civil rights organization dedicated to building a politically-conscious, engaged, and progressive Asian American electorate based in Georgia. It has:

  • Asian leadership and staff with close connections to multiple Asian communities

  • A history of working effectively with various ethnic media outlets in Georgia – including TV, radio, newspapers, and magazines – running early voting, vote-by-mail, GOTV, and political ads in at least six languages

  • Ability to staff hotlines in many Asian languages spoken in Georgia

  • A successful record in 2020 of 1 million contact attempts through door-to-door canvassing, phone calls in different languages, and text messages

  • A relational organizing strategy for the Georgia runoff which aims to knock on 100,000 doors and make 500,000 phone/text attempts

  • A funding gap of $365,000 for the Georgia runoff

Mijente is a national member-led organization seeking racial, economic, gender and climate justice for Latinx and Chicanx people. It has:

  • Worked with grassroots groups across the country to build leadership and political power among Latinx and Chicanx people

  • Led a nationwide effort to mobilize Latinx voters in 2020

  • A long partnership with the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR) to execute bilingual and culturally competent state-wide campaigns in Georgia

  • A plan to reach 100,000 Latino voters via door-knocking and 130,000 via phones/texts in urban and rural areas

  • A digital, radio ad, and mail campaign targeting Spanish-speaking voters, filling the gap for in-language voter education and information in Georgia

  • A funding gap of $936,000 for the Georgia runoff

“Protest to demand attention to the wrenching pain of systemic injustice. Vote because we deserve leaders who see us, who hear us and who are willing to act on our demands.”

Stacey Abrams, New York Times Op-Ed, June 4, 2020

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