There are no off years when it comes to organizing. If you want to help make a difference right now, find out how you can get involved in your community or from anywhere.
Take Action In State
Arizona: Take Action
The Arizona legislature is considering:
SB 1068, which will shift significant election authority and oversight power from the Arizona Secretary of State (D) and the Attorney General (R) to the state legislature.
SB 1485, which will purge the highly-popular Permanent Early Vote List. Advocates estimate this could purge up to 200,000 voters—including 50,000 Latinx voters.
SB 1593, which would shorten the early voting period and discard ballots not postmarked the Thurs BEFORE the election. These are blatant efforts to make it harder for Latinx, Native American, and young people—who are the likeliest to use early vote periods—to make their voices heard.
SB 1713, which would force Arizona voters to include personal information on their ballot envelopes, exposing them to unnecessary identity risk and making it harder for people to vote by mail.
HB2569, which forces elections offices to pass on costs of administration to the taxpayers.
If you live and vote in Arizona, we need you to tell your legislators and leaders to vote NO on all of these discriminatory bills.
Call 877-406-6303 to tell you State House Representative to vote NO on SB 1068, 1485, and 1713
Call 877-586-4895 to tell your State Senator to vote NO on SB 1593 and HB 2569
Georgia: Take Action
Georgia now has some of the worst voter suppression bills in the nation moving quickly through our legislature: SB 241, SB 202, and HB 531. These proposals are assaults on democracy, founded on baseless and racist far-right conspiracy theories. These bills constitute one of the worst attacks on voting rights since Reconstruction, and would erect a juggernaut of barricades to voting access. They revive Georgia’s dark history of voter suppression and racism as state policy. It is critical Congress pass HR 1 and HR 4 to protect voters and safeguard our democracy.
Republicans wrote Georgia's election laws, but they were humiliated on November 3 and January 5, so now they are seeking to silence Georgians, particularly communities of color, who exercised their power to change Georgia.
Each day we get closer to stopping these bills, but we MUST continue applying public pressure and holding bad actors accountable. Click here where Fair Fight has compiled, in one document, all the most up-to-date action items to help us fight these bills and hold voter suppressors accountable.
New Hampshire: Take Action
Thanks to your advocacy HB 429, which would have revoked college IDs as a valid form of identification at the polls in addition to requiring that colleges offer in-state tuition to students who vote in NH, was defeated. It’s a great start, and we could use your help to defeat the following bills:
HB 86, which would eliminate same-day voter registration and effectively ban out-of-state college students from voting by requiring students who wish to vote in NH to prove they receive in-state tuition.
HB 531, which would introduce unconstitutional provisional ballots and target new Americans by requiring extensive citizenship documentation at the polls.
HB 554, which similarly tries to intimidate young people by introducing confusing residency requirements.
If you live and vote in New Hampshire, click here to sign your name to the New Hampshire Coalition for Voting Rights petition telling the legislature to reject HB 86, 531, 554, and additional anti-voter bills.
Take Action from Anywhere
Swing Left Wednesday Phonebank to protect voting rights
Join us every Wednesday from 2:00 to 4 pm PST to call voters of color in key states, connecting them directly to their state legislators to oppose new voter suppression bills. We will be using Call Hub, a new user-friendly dialer that allows the volunteer to patch the voter directly to their state senator's phone number in real-time. We will help you set up a CallHub account, walk you through the process of making the calls, and answer your questions.
Swing Left Saturday Phone bank to protect voting rights
Join us every Saturday from 2:00 to 4 pm PST to call voters of color in key districts, connecting them directly to their state senators to oppose new voter suppression bills. We will be using Call Hub, a new user-friendly dialer that allows the volunteer to patch the voter directly to their state senator's phone number in real-time. We will help you set up a CallHub account, walk you through the process of making the calls, and answer your questions.
NGP Corporate Accountability Text Bank: Deluge Southern Company
Join us on a text bank to encourage people to call Southern Company and respectfully ask them to stop funding the Georgia GOP officials that support the voter suppression bills, HB 531 and SB 241, currently making their way through the state legislature and to come out publicly for the Freedom to Vote, against these bills.
NGP Corporate Accountability Text Bank: Deluge UPS
Join us on a text bank to encourage people to call UPS and respectfully ask them to stop funding the Georgia GOP officials that support the voter suppression bills currently making their way through the state legislature and to come out publicly for the Freedom to Vote, against these bills.