Canvassing with the FCDC
The Fayette County Democratic Committee is determined to Get Out the Vote like never before this election. We’ve put together some canvassing events throughout the leadup to election day in key areas where Democratic turnout is crucial. Join us so together we can cover every door in specific neighborhoods. We provide literature to hand out and basic canvassing training, and we can answer any questions you might have about knocking on doors for the Democrats.
This event is being hosted by FCDC member Miriam Gwathney in North Fayette County, Georgia.
Meeting Place: Chevron gas station 8390 Senoia road, Fairburn GA
Canvassing Area: Kenwood Landing Subdivision.
Time: 2 PM – 4 PM
Door Knocking with the Fayette Democrats
Join the Democrats in Fayette County in knocking on doors and talking to voters about why we need to elect Stacey Abrams for Governor, Reverend Raphael Warnock for Senate, and the rest of our candidates up and down the ballot!
- No experience necessary – first time canvassers are welcome!
- All you’ll need to bring is yourself, some water, and a fully charged smartphone.
- Wear your most comfortable walking shoes, and don’t forget sunscreen!
Location: Kenwood Subdivision, Fayetteville, GA
Don't Be Afraid to Show Up
Knocking on doors is the single biggest way you can help your local Democrats grow their ranks. Why wait until books are being banned in your libraries and schools? Work now to prevent an ever-growing radical coalition from taking over your local government. The time to Flip Fayette is now.
Every. Single. Person. Helps. We want to push our home over the edge and extend the blue borders of metro Atlanta further into the exurbs.
We don’t want a Marjorie Taylor Green type down in South Atlanta, so we have to put in the work NOW to prevent something like that from ever happening.
Fayette County has grown so Democratic over the last 15 years that it now sits a coinflip. We have a chance to flip BLUE for the first time since the era of Dixiecrats, this time as a party working to protect the rights of everybody. There’s only one group left in local politics that governs in reality, and it’s not them.