Vote in Upcoming Election

There is currently one candidate representing each major party in the 2020 Presidential Primaries. Why participate? By casting your vote in the primaries, you are letting your political voice be heard, no matter how many candidates are on the ballot. It is your way of saying “I’m here!” Now that the Presidential primaries have moved to a new date, so have our state primaries. There is so much more at stake, such as our U.S. Senate and House Seats, state executives, and Georgia House and Senate members in your district.

There is currently one candidate representing each major party in the 2020 Presidential Primaries. Why participate? By casting your vote in the primaries, you are letting your political voice be heard, no matter how many candidates are on the ballot. It is your way of saying “I’m here!” Now that the Presidential primaries have moved to a new date, so have our state primaries. There is so much more at stake, such as our U.S. Senate and House Seats, state executives, and Georgia House and Senate members in your district. 

Say “I’m here!” in the Georgia Presidential Primaries which have moved to June 9th. We are actively working to ensure you can freely access the ballot box. As many public health professionals are encouraging us to vote by mail we recognize that many of us have not had a need to vote by mail; that is why Women Engaged is here for you. Engage with us at [email protected] or 404-474-2900 and one of our trained specialists will assist you.

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