In a lawsuit filed by the Georgia Green Party, the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that provisions of Georgia's ballot access laws that kept Greens and others off the ballot for 70 years were unconstitutional.
So the court temporarily lowered the number of signatures it takes to get on the statewide ballot to 7,500 signatures.
Help us get those voter signatures -- not digital ones but the old fashioned signatures on paper petitions that the law requires -- by July 12. Check the boxes below and tell us what you can do to help us get on the ballot in GA for the first time.
We'll get petitions, flyers and instructions to go with the package to you, or you can download and print them yourselves. We guarantee a callback in 48 hours.
Thanks for helping us make some history.
the GA Ballot Access Team