Asian American Advocacy Fund PAC
Asians for Ossoff & Warnock is a campaign of the Asian American Advocacy Fund PAC — a collective of Asian American organizers, community members, and allies in Georgia who recognize the incredible impact Asian Americans can have in this election by standing with Jon Ossoff, Raphael Warnock and other communities of color across the state.
We are working to mobilize Asian American communities to vote Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock to the United States Senate by engaging community members at their doors, calling them to action over the phone, organizing them across social media platforms, and providing them with in-language resources necessary to make an educated decision at the polls. In doing this work, we also aim to build consciousness within our communities of the power and responsibility we have as Asian Americans to build a better future — not only for our own but for all Georgians.
Mijente PAC / GLAHR Action Network
On January 5th, the balance of power in the Senate - and in the country - will be decided at the Georgia run-off elections. Join Mijente and GLAHR Action Network to make sure every Latino in Georgia is ready to vote for the two Democratic Candidates: Jon Ossoff and Reverend Raphael Warnock. We stand a big chance of taking the power away from the Republican Party
In partnership with GLAHR Action Network and SONG Power we’ve been organizing on-the-ground efforts in Georgia for two electoral cycles. In 2018, we launched the first partisan campaign targeting Latino voters in support of Stacey Abrams. And, ahead of the 2020 presidential election, we reached 370,000 voters through door knocking and remote efforts. In addition to making sure they were ready to vote against Trump, we defeated two anti-immigrant Sheriffs in Gwinnett and Cobb counties. Georgia is a priority state for us and we will continue making sure that Latinos there make their voice be heard.
For the last two electoral cycles, we’ve partnered with GLAHR Action Network, a 501c4 non-profit political organization dedicated to organizing, educating, and mobilizing the Latino community in Georgia and the new political arm of the Georgia Latino Alliance for Human Rights (GLAHR). Building on over 20 years of experience working throughout the state of Georgia, GLAHR Action Network uses electoral and political strategies to improve the lives of Georgia Latinos and the immigrant community. They are one of the Mijente hub partners and have played a key role in determining local and national strategy for organizational initiatives such as Fuera Trump.
New Georgia Project Action Fund
The New Georgia Project Action Fund (NGPAF) has been leading efforts to mobilize and turn out voters of color in Georgia in extraordinary numbers during the 2020 election season.
Between now and January 5, NGPAF will be working to turn out as many Georgia voters as possible to cast their ballots in this critical runoff election with a goal
of knocking on 1 million doors. We will rely on our four primary tactics to make sure Georgians know about this election and have the resources they need to make their voices heard at the polls.
Showing Up for Racial Justice
Black-led uprisings, visionary mass action, robust electoral defense, and strategic organizing have ousted Trump. But the Senate runoff races in Georgia will decide who controls the Senate - and whether or not we will be able to advance a progressive agenda. Alongside our movement partners, and as part of a multi-racial coalition, Showing Up for Racial Justice is positioned to play a unique and decisive role in flipping the Senate. Building off our success in Georgia during the 2020 presidential election cycle, SURJ will mobilize 30,000 white voters across Georgia to turn out to vote for Raphael Warnock and John Ossoff. We will not only impact the Senate races, but build lasting infrastructure for ongoing organizing, and lay the groundwork for racial and economic justice victories for years to come.
SURJ is the largest progressive program in the state that focuses on moving the needle with persuadable and low propensity white voters. Our Southern roots, the track record we have moving white voters in Georgia, and our deep relationships with Black-led organizations in the region position us to make a significant impact in these runoff elections.
This election season, UNITE HERE got out on the doors first and stayed out longest. More than 1,500 UNITE HERE canvassers—many of them Black and Latino workers whose jobs and families were hit hard by COVID-19—knocked on the doors of over 2.8 million Americans to encourage them to vote. Thanks to their hard work in the battleground states of Nevada, Arizona, Florida and Pennsylvania, unprecedented numbers of Americans voted early, cast ballots by mail and voted at the polls.