The Georgia Peanut Gallery is seeking volunteers to join in our mission to monitor county-level political processes so that we can hold elected officials accountable to their constituents. We are committed to ensuring that people are aware of any decisions that officials make that directly impact their voting rights and overall election experience, and are looking for people to help support us in that mission.
Peanut Gallery volunteers are the key to our mission’s success, as we rely on them to be the primary people attending the local board of elections meetings where such decisions are discussed.
We are looking for citizens who are willing to attend meetings in their home counties and take notes on the important business being conducted by their local board of elections members so that we can then publicize those notes to ensure that officials are appropriately held accountable.
Volunteering with the Peanut Gallery is easy and requires a low time commitment. Volunteers are not required to have any previous experience and will be appropriately trained and managed by our team. Opportunities are open to any civilian who is interested and willing to offer their time and effort to support our mission.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please click the link below to sign up!
Did you know that the public can attend Board of Registration and Elections meetings?
These meetings are open to the public by Georgia law. Georgia Open Meetings Act.
Become a Peanut Gallery Volunteer Monitor at our next training on the 4th Tuesday of the month at 6 pm. Sign up Here