Peanut Gallery Hosts 6 p.m. Training Session for Volunteer Monitors April 28

Join us 4-28-20 to learn how you can help protect Georgia’s 2020 elections as a Peanut Gallery Volunteer Monitor. If you would like to volunteer to attend Board of Elections (BOE) meetings and report the findings to The Peanut Gallery, please contact us. Our volunteers assist us in holding BOEs accountable and keeping citizens informed. … Continue reading Peanut Gallery Hosts 6 p.m. Training Session for Volunteer Monitors April 28

Carriers to deliver “official election mail” regardless of postage

NOTE: This is being reported to the AJC, but the Georgia Secretary of State hasn’t confirmed it. In the meantime to ensure delivery,The Peanut Gallery strongly advises "putting a stamp on it." Please email us at info@newgeorgiaproject.org if you need help with the postage. According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, absentee ballots will be counted … Continue reading Carriers to deliver “official election mail” regardless of postage

Fulton County Board points to emailing photos as a remedy to the polling tax debate

The Fulton County Board of  Registration and Election pointed to photo taking and emailing as a remedy for the postage-related polling tax debate. Members planned an April 23 special meeting to discuss Coronavirus-related precinct changes. The following includes brief notes taken by a Peanut Gallery volunteer as a public service only. Contact the  Fulton County … Continue reading Fulton County Board points to emailing photos as a remedy to the polling tax debate