Call the branch at 404-241-8006 or info@naacpDekalb.org to get details of how you can help with #GetOutTheVote

Make the 2020 Vote and Your Census Count!

Get all the facts to be a voter for the 2020 election.  Where to register?  When is the primary?  What is my precinct?  How do I get more information?  We answer all of these questions in the 2020 voting cycle

  • MORE ELECTION DATES
  • October 30, 2020 - Last day for early voting
  • November 3, 2020 - General Election
  • December 2020 - TBD NAACP Branch Election
  • December 1, 2020 - State & Local Runoffs
  • December 7, 2020 - Federal Runoff Registration deadline
  • December 14, 2020 - Federal Early voting begins
  • January 5, 2021 - Federal Runoff Votiing

This year there are two important elections. NAACP Branch Elections and the 2020 General Election. Here is where you will get all the information about both elections

Branch Elections Nov. 7

On November 7, 2020, the election of officers and at-large members of the Executive Committee will take place virtually.  Polls will open from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.   In order to vote in a NAACP DeKalb Branch election, one must be  a  member  in  good  standing  of  the  NAACP DeKalb Branch  30  days  prior to the election. A form of identification is required.

Here are the rules in running for branch officers and executive committee members-at-large

List of Early Voting Locations General Election Oct 12 - Oct 30

UPDATED NEWS YOU CAN USE

NAACP Dekalb will provide you with the lastest news that will impact your voting in 2020.  Our goal is to Educate, Equip, Empower our community.

Contact

NADINE ALI
Political Action Chair
info@naacpDekalb.org

We are here

NAACP Dekalb County Branch
3011 Rainbow Drive, Suite 180A
Decatur, Georgia 30034
(404) 241-8006 
FAX (404) 751-2743
www.naacpDekalb.org

Call the branch at 404-241-8006 or info@naacpDekalb.org to get details of how you can help with #GetOutTheVote

OFFICIAL ABSENTEE Drop Box Locations

Drop Off Your Ballots for general election at these locations

 

Brookhaven City Hall

4362 Peachtree Rd. NE, Brookhaven, GA 30319

County Line-Ellenwood Library

4331 River Rd., Ellenwood, GA 30294

Sterling at Candler Village

2536 Mellville Ave., Decatur, GA 30032

Voter Registration & Elections   (3 boxes)

4380 Memorial Dr., Decatur, GA 30032

Exchange Park

2771 Columbia Dr., Decatur, GA 30032

City of Stonecrest

3120 Stonecrest Blvd., Stonecrest, GA 30038 

City of Stone Mountain

875 Main St., Stone Mountain, GA 30083

Dunwoody City Hall

4800 Ashford Dunwoody Rd., Dunwoody, GA 30038

City of Doraville

3752 Park Ave., Doraville, GA 30340

City of Tucker

1975 Lakeside Parkway Suite 350 Tucker, GA 30084

Toco Hill-Avis G. Williams

1282 McConnell Drive, Decatur, GA 30033

Tucker-Reid H. Cofer Library

5234 LaVista Rd., Tucker, GA 30084

Clarkston Library

951 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston, GA 30021

Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library

2861 Wesley Chapel Rd., Decatur, GA 30034

Decatur City Hall

509 N. McDonough St., Decatur, GA 30030

Lou Walker Senior Center

2538 Panola Rd., Stonecrest, GA 30058

 

Georgia accused of wrongfully purging nearly 200,000 from voter rolls

State officials in Georgia are alleged to have wrongfully purged approximately 200,000 people from its voter rolls in 2019, according to a new report commissioned by the American Civil Liberties Union’s (ACLU) Georgia chapter.

The report, which was conducted by the nonpartisan Palast Investigative Fund, focused on the Georgia secretary of state’s announcement in October 2019 that it was planning to remove roughly 313,000 citizens from the state’s voter rolls because they had either moved, died or not participated in recent elections.

 

Full Story At https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/georgia-accused-of-wrongfully-purging-nearly-200000-from-voter-rolls-report/ar-BB18DKxp?ocid=a2hs

Informed Georgians for Justice

Get updated information on political races at this site. 
 www.InformedGeorgiansForJustice.com

Informed Georgians for Justice is a non-partisan volunteer organization of concerned citizens. The organization aims to educate the voting public about the 2020 candidates for sheriff, district attorney and solicitor in all 159 counties in the state.  Many voters do not realize the impact these elected officials have on criminal justice issues.  IGJ informs citizens about the importance of voting in these elections. 

Currently, IGJ is conducting a voter education project sponsored by the Georgia NAACP.  IGJ is gathering information through a candidate questionnaire containing approximately 35 yes/no questions regarding specific criminal justice issues. The questions presented were determined with input from numerous organizations with diverse perspectives.  The responses will be utilized by the Georgia NAACP, IGJ and many other organizations to educate voters about the policy positions of the Sheriff, District Attorney and Solicitor candidates on their ballot. 

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp improperly purged 340,000 from Georgia voter rolls. Check here to make sure you are still eligible to vote in the 2020 elections

Why the Census 2020

The census determines how critical resources and political power are distributed.  FILL OUT THE CENSUS! Together, we can get our fair share.

DISCLAIMER:  The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and does not endorse candidates or political parties, or engage in direct campaigning.
As the nation’s oldest and largest civil rights organization, the NAACP actively works with our more than 2,000 branches to inform and encourage civic engagement through voter registration activities and public forums, and actively opposes voter discrimination and other policies that make it more difficult for citizens to cast their ballot.