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Use Your Voice

This resource campaign is powered by The Creative Folks.

In our field as creatives, expression means a lot. Creative expression is an empowerment tool that leads to change making opportunities. 

When you vote, you’re making a difference. Your team at The Creative Folks encourages you to stay educated and take it to the polls.

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Stay educated!

Our team at The Creative Folks believes that voting is a right and we encourage you taking part of the process. Up until Election Day, we’re going to actively post reminders & tips through our e-mail list and Instagram to encourage our audience to use their voice.

Georgia’s Voter Registration Deadline is Monday, October 5th 2020.

Check your State’s Registion Deadlines. 

Early Voting Starts: The fourth Monday before the election.

Early Voting Ends: The Friday before the election.

To register in Georgia you must:

  • be a citizen of the United States;
  • be a legal resident of Georgia and of the county in which you want to vote;
  • be at least 18 years old within six months after the day of registration, and be 18 years old to vote;
  • not be serving a sentence for having been convicted of a felony involving moral turpitude;
  • not have been judicially determined to be mentally incompetent, unless the disability has been removed.

Did you know? Voter fraud is real! Help stop voter fraud.

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