Every year is an election year - but not everyone knows it!New American Pathways’ dedication to local voters doesn't end in Presidential election cycles! They want to ensure those we serve have a voice in all elections - and you can help.
Throughout October and into November, they're partnering with Center for Pan Asian Community Services and Asian Americans Advancing Justice to host non-partisan Get out the Vote (GOTV) phone banks and door-to-door canvasses to encourage local voters to turn out for their elections.
This November, voters return to the polls for critical local elections for mayors and city council candidates in dozens of cities across the Metro Atlanta area. These elections decide who makes important local decisions on schools, zoning, and hundreds of other issues for years to come, yet local elections sometimes have a turnout as low as 7 percent.
Volunteers for GOTV phone banks and/or canvasses do not have to be previously trained, as our partners will provide a short training before each event. We do ask that you RSVP to any event you'd like to attend to Stephanie Jackson Ali.
Sun 10/15 – Marietta – 9am-1pm
Wed 10/18 – Doraville – 5-8pm
Sat 10/21 – Chamblee – 9am-1pm
Sun 10/22- Duluth – 9am-1pm
Wed 10/25 – Clarkston – 5-8pm
Sun 10/29 – Johns Creek – 9am-1pm
Sun 10/29 – Marietta – 9am-1pm
Wed 11/1- Forest Park – 5pm-8pm
Thurs 11/2 – Clarkston – 5-8pm
Sat 11/4 – Duluth – 9am-1pm
Sun 11/5 – Johns Creek – 9am-1pm
Mon 11/6 – Doraville – 5pm-8pm
Phone Banks: All phone banks take place in the CPACS office in Doraville.
Wed 10/18 – 5-8pm
Sat 10/21 – 11am-2pm
Wed 10/25 – 5-8pm
Fri 10/27 – 5-8pm
Thurs 11/2 – 5-8pm
Sat 11/4 – 11-2pm
Mon 11/6 – 5-8pm
Remember, to RSVP, please contact Stephanie Jackson Ali.
New American Pathways, 2300 Henderson Mill Road NE, Ste. 200, Atlanta, GA 30345
“Blessed Are the Peacemakers” Bible studies from the New Baptist Covenant for adults, youth and children to remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his work for justice. Download these free Bible studies here.
Sunday, February 23, 4 to 6 p.m.
"So Much to Sing About" performed by the National Lutheran Choir.
The Church sings because there is so much to sing about, and singing is the deepest way to embody the sacred story we share. The Minnesota based National Lutheran Choir sings this sacred and spiritual story in a way that is guaranteed to soothe your soul. This eclectic program, led by Artistic Director, David Cherwien, will feature choral works by Felix Mendelssohn and Ralph Vaughan Williams set alongside new arrangements of familiar tunes.
Student tickets will be $15 at the door only. Adult tickets are $25 online or at the door.