Our humble gratitude is extended to the Northminster Presbyterian Church Community for your prayers and participation in the historic “Reclaim Our Vote” Postcard Campaign 2020. We successfully wrote and mailed 1,000 Postcards to voters in the state of Georgia. To learn more about the Center For Common Ground and to track voter information before and after November 3, 2020, please visit the website http://centerforcommonground.org/main/index.php/campaigns/reclaim-our-vote.

More information on Reclaim Our Vote:

Why do we need a RECLAIM OUR VOTE campaign? 
Eligible voters of color are being purged from voter rolls at a much higher rate than white voters.  People in minority communities were already struggling to reach the voting booth in voter-suppression states, due to the implementation of strict new voter ID laws, a reduction in polling places and/or early voting days, and many other tactics.  

The Reclaim Our Vote Campaign was officially launched in 2018 by the Center for Common Ground of Virginia, a 501(c)3 organization whose national partners include the NAACP, Black Voters Matter, Mi Familia Vota, VoteRiders and DemLabs. 

History of the RECLAIM OUR VOTE campaign
Since late 2017, the nonpartisan Reclaim Our Vote campaign has reached out to nearly a million voters of color in states like Georgia, Alabama, Virginia, Texas and Mississippi—states with a long history of voter suppression.  In December 2017, our phone bank calls helped increase turnout among rural voters of color by 35% in the Alabama special Senate election.  In 2018, teaming up with Black Voters Matter, we made 185,000 calls to Georgia voters for the midterms; about 65% of those calls resulted in votes.  In 2019, 20-25% of our postcards into nine counties in North Carolina’s 3rd Congressional District resulted in a voter registration.