We know you’re busy. So are we.

We know your inbox is full of messages about the upcoming election in Georgia.

We know you’re sick of the negative ads, tired of the promises and cringing at the thought of another person asking you for money.

We get it.

That’s why, today, we’re only asking you to do two things.

Vote, and take at least one woman with you.

Whether you take your mother, your sister, your daughter or your friend, when women vote, progressive candidates win.

This is important, so open up your calendar right now, pick your day and time, call your friend and make a date to vote.

Do it now, so it won’t get lost between finishing your project at work, picking your child up after school or the 100 other things that you’ll be juggling.


Because we can make history in Georgia THIS YEAR. Right here. Right now.

That’s right. The eyes of the nation are on Georgia because poll after poll shows we are on the brink of change.

Outstanding progressive candidates are locked in races that will be decided by razor-thin margins.

And if Georgia does change – if we elect more progressive leaders on November 4th, it will be because women vote – in large numbers.

Georgia’s conservative super majority has been a disaster for women. Thanks to them, Georgia women have become pawns in a high-stakes national strategy to overturn Roe v. Wade. They’ve even passed laws that restrict access to abortion in cases of rape and incest.

Yet, thanks to their policies, Georgia has become the most dangerous place in the nation for a woman to have a baby.

If you’re sick and tired of leaders who believe women should be forced to carry their rapist’s child to term but fail to make funding to support maternal health a priority, then you have a choice on Nov. 4th.

If you don’t like the direction our state is going, then, this year, your vote can make change possible.

Join us. Let’s make history in Georgia this year.

This week or on November 4th, will you pledge to vote?

Your vote – this year – can and will make all the difference.

Pledge to vote, and take at least one woman with you.


Lauren Benedict,
Chair, Georgia’s WIN List

Amy Morton,
Chair, Better Georgia

P.S.: We voted yesterday at lunchtime. Join us today, or make a pledge to vote here. We’re about to make history in Georgia, and we know you want to be a part of it!