In our 100-year history, The Urban League of Atlanta has been on the frontlines of Black empowerment and civil rights. We are proud to see Black leadership in the highest levels of government. Congratulations to Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock who will be sworn in as Georgia’s first Black United States Senator.
Additional Voter Information:
Did you receive a provisional ballot when you voted in the runoff election? Make sure you “cure” your ballot by verifying your information and correcting any mistakes such as not having the right ID or a mismatched signature.
Call the Voter Protection Hotline at 888-730-5816 or visit peachvote.com for information on how to confirm your vote by the Friday, January 8 deadline.
With votes still being counted and one of the Senate races within the .5% margin for a recount, the Urban League of Greater Atlanta urges you to take the necessary steps to fix your ballot.
Please share this message with your friends, neighbors, and other Georgia voters.
We’re part of a broader, National Urban League network of 98 historic civil rights organizations throughout the United States—all dedicated to fostering economic empowerment in order to elevate the standard of living in historically underserved urban communities. The Urban League does not discriminate based on race or ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation.