Voters have until Friday to “cure” their ballots by submitting photo ID or other documentation to validate their identities.
The state Democratic party has enlisted hundreds of volunteers to call or go door-to-door to contact voters on the list of rejected ballots compiled by the secretary of state’s office. Republicans say they have a similar effort, though they have not publicly released many details about it.
Abrams, who passed on a U.S. Senate bid last year, has played a key role in the runoffs for control of the chamber. She recruited Raphael Warnock to run for the seat, and has helped raised more than $22 million for the joint ticket.
Here’s the transcript:
“You got out and voted in the Senate runoff elections. Now let’s make it count. Confirm the status of your ballot today. Visit Peachvote.com to find out, or call the voter protection hotline at 888-730-5816. Don’t wait. Your vote has the power to determine the future of Georgia and our country. It’s time to make certain your voice was heard. Let’s get it done.”