Vote for Human Needs

Georgia on your Mind?


  • Now: Request your mail ballot (
  • Dec. 7, 2020:
    • In-person voter registration deadline
    • Online, Email, and Fax voter registration deadline
    • Mail-in voter registration deadline
  • Jan. 5, 2021: Federal General Election Run-off Elections

General information:

Georgia Voter ID information:

How to Help:


 2020 Presidential Election

Election Protection – 866 Our Vote

Coalition on Human Needs believes that every eligible voter should have the ability to actively participate in democracy, which is why we have decided that it is critically important for us to lift up the voices of experts in nonpartisan civic engagement in order to answer any questions potential voters may have about when, where, and how they can vote. We have partnered with Nonprofit VOTE, Food Research & Action Center (FRAC), National Low Income Housing Coalition (NLIHC), and NETWORK, to collect and distribute resources that nonprofits and individuals can use to fully participate in the election process.

Check out our ever-growing list of resources:
National & State Voter Engagement Resource Library


Get Involved

Help us Celebrate Democracy!

Resources for Individuals

Resources for Organizations


Online Events

Past events

  • Webinar series:
    • Part 1: Why Social Justice Organizations Can & Should Prioritize Voter Registration & Get-Out-the-Vote Efforts – Watch Recording
    • Part 2: Opportunities for Supporting Voter Engagement as a 501(c)(3) Social Justice Organization – Watch Recording
    • Part 3: Get Out the Vote: Opportunities to Mobilize People – Watch Recording
  • Bilingual Voter Engagement and Education WebinarWatch Recording | Additional Resources:
    • The Coalition on Human Needs has a web page and comprehensive library available for any election or voting questions.
    • For Healthy Voting Information please click here.
    • For all the election information you need please click here.
    • NALEO’s campaign’s ¡Ve y Vota! is a nonpartisan, comprehensive civic participation strategy, designed to remove barriers to full Latino electoral participation. 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA (1-888-839-8682) is a bilingual national hotline that provides Latino voters nationwide with vital information on every aspect of the electoral process, from registering to vote, to deciding between options to vote early, by mail, or on Election Day, and includes an easy-to-use voter registration tool.
    • UnidosUS has launched Adelante Unidos to help Latinx register to vote and fill out the census. Here you can find registration dates and deadlines and a handy bilingual digital toolkit.
    • The Congressional Hispanic Leadership Institute (CHLI) recently launched the YOU COUNT, LET’S VOTE! Campaign to help the Latinx community register to vote and understand what is on your ballot. Also, they have a phenomenal podcast called “The Purple Line” in which you can learn more about the evolution of voting.
  • Nonprofit VOTE



Voter Resources Map

Use the map below to find resources on voting in your state:



Have a question? Notice that something is missing? Feel free to reach out via email (Rebecca Vucic and Dominique Espinoza).