Sign Up for Georgia Runoff Text Banks
You’re not alone. Two out of three Americans are now worried about climate change. 61% of American adults think Congress should do more to address it. However, too many Americans of faith and conscience are unlikely to vote in November. Their voices matter, and with your help, they can make themselves heard. We need your help to mobilize faith voters to care for our Sacred Earth and love our neighbors by getting them out to vote.
In partnership with our affiliate in Georgia, together we’ll reach out to at least 100,000 climate-alarmed Georgia faith voters who don’t vote often in advance of the Peach State’s December 6th runoff election.
If you texted with us during the 2022 general election, sign up here to text for the Georgia runoff at your convenience between Nov. 30 – Dec. 3. You don’t need to attend a text bank.
General Election Impact
In the weeks leading up to Election Day, 174 IPL and affiliate volunteers in our Faith Climate Justice Voter Campaign sent text messages to 519,000 climate-alarmed faith voters who don’t vote often in Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania. We encouraged them to vote – and vote their values! Their voices matter. With encouragement from our volunteers, they made themselves heard in this election. We thank our affiliates in Georgia, Michigan, and Pennsylvania for partnering with us on this.
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