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Thank you so much for helping Georgia WIN the 2024 elections!


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Do you feel like you want to do more to make a change?  Georgia is a MUST WIN battleground state in 2024! ​

Families are writing postcards together. Friends and neighbors are making teams. Join us TODAY!

Georgia Postcard Project 2024

Powered By Passionate People



The Georgia Postcard Project is a grassroots project run by passionate people who write and send postcards to Georgia voters asking them to get out and vote for Democrats.


Postcard writers throughout Georgia and from around the country are currently writing thousands of postcards a week.


We need your help to write and DONATE!

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About GPP

The Georgia Postcard Project effort to write postcards for elections in Georgia began in October 2019.  We want to educate and PROTECT voters here who are voting for Democratic candidates in ALL elections.  

For the November 2020 general election, our amazing writers wrote about 497,000 postcards to Georgia voters. The team then wrote an additional 500,000 for the Senate Runoff elections to elect Senator Raphael Warnock and Senator Jon Ossoff which flipped the United States Senate!  

In 2022, the Georgia Postcard Project wrote 250,000 postcards and helped re-elect Senator Warnock!  

Now in 2024, we know that Georgia can once again prove to the country that Georgia is BLUE!!  

Not only are people all over the state of Georgia writing to fellow voters, but passionate Americans in 14 states have helped to flip Georgia blue!

Please check our sister Projects:   Michigan   Wisconsin   North Carolina

Words from our Passionate People

I have wanted to do something to contribute and did not know what I could offer other than donating. I have done that but this project has really helped me feel like I am doing something!

I live in a small town and the Republicans appear to be highly organized here. Trump signs are everywhere. It is a bit lonely being blue. 

— Rhonda

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