Print any of these files and distribute to voters, or share on Social Media
All files are in this Google folder or see below for pictures, explanations, and links to individual files. Spanish and other languages are included below, sorted by type of material. For materials sorted by language, click here.
Free Rides Cards
These free rides business cards can be printed at Staples in one day (ready by 8:30pm if submitted by 2:00pm), $25 for 1,000 cards. English on one side, Spanish on the other. The free rides codes and phone numbers apply to metro areas.
Give this coloring sheet to kids, ideally with some crayons! File here.
There isn’t much time left, but if you can print some signs and get them up by Tuesday Jan. 5th, here is the file! English on one side, Spanish on the other. These free rides codes apply to metro areas.
Metro areas in GA have more free ride options than rural areas. The top posters are for metro areas and include Uber and Lyft codes that may not work in some parts of GA, especially rural areas.
Some places may require non-partisan posters:
Here are the previous two posters without the rideshare codes, and with a different free rides number that has a better likelihood of success in a rural area (better free rides coverage of rural areas is still needed.)
Here are all of the posters above in Spanish
Curing your provisional ballot
Files # 9-12 in this folder are different versions of the poster below in color and black and white, and partisan and non-partisan.
Multilingual Voting Info
Created by Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta.
- FAQs about voting in the Georgia runoff:
- In-language videos about what to expect at the polls and how to vote by mail in English, Vietnamese, Chinese, and Korean
- Voting rights graphic in
- What is a runoff election?