Phone Banks

Atlanta Mayoral Runoff

We are making calls to get out the vote in Atlanta communities of color for the upcoming Mayoral runoff election. Early voting begins November 17

Join us as we make calls to voters in communities of color that are most affected by voter suppression. Phonebanking is one of the most effective ways to make a difference. Our campaigns vary from simple GOTV efforts to more hands-on citizen legislative advocacy projects, which is why we use different phone banking platforms to suit the complexity of our calls.

Join one of our guided phone banks, or train yourself with our materials and make calls on your own! You can make calls from 9am-8pm in the target state's time zone.

Watch our Video
You must create an account on CallHub in order to make calls

PDI Training Video

Ready to make calls into Atlanta? First watch this training video to become acquainted with our platform. If you have questions, feel free to consult our phonebanker's guidelines or send us an email

Arizona - Freedom to Vote Act

We are also calling Arizona Voters and patching them through to Senator Kyrsten Sinema, where they will encourage her to help reform the filibuster and pass the Freedom to Vote Act in order to protect and defend democracy.

1. Please read our Phone Banker's Guidelines.

2. Sign up on CallHub if you do not already have an account. To avoid complications, use your email as your username.
You will be sent an email with a link to create a password.
If you do not see an email within a few minutes, register on this alternate form.  

3. Once you have created an account and set a password, set "connection preference to "web browser," visit CallHub here, enter Username, Password, and click "Sign In."

4.  In "My Campaigns,"  select desired campaign and click "Join Campaign"

Calendar

Group Events

If you'd like to make calls with a group of volunteers, Create an event with us on Mobilize

You are also welcome to make calls on your own time! (9am-8pm within the target state's time zone, no Sunday mornings)

Center for Common Ground is non-partisan, but we welcome any organizations to participate and host events with our phone banks as long as they follow our non-partisan rules.

If you are part of a group that would like to host its own regular phone bank event, please submit your event here, and we will add it to the calendar for others to join!‍