"A Voteless People is a Hopeless People" (VPHP) was initiated as a National Program of Alpha Phi Alpha during the 1930s when many African-Americans had the right to vote but were prevented from voting because of poll taxes, threats of reprisal, and lack of education about the voting process.
Voter education and registration have remained a dominant focus of this outreach activity for more than 65 years. However, in the 1990s, the focus shifted to include political awareness and empowerment, delivered most frequently through town meetings, candidate forums, and voter registration efforts.
ASK EVERYONE YOU CAN TO REGISTER TO VOTE, AND VOTE.
Get Them Involved
Family & Friends, Are they registered to vote?
Check with your loved ones to see if they have registered. What about your co-workers? Church members? Chapter Brothers?
Please take a second to ask them. If they are not, let them use your computer (and printer). Then, together, go to Georgia's My Voter Page. Please encourage them to share what they learned and help others by forwarding the link so they too can pass it on!
REMEMBER, VOTELESS PEOPLE, ARE TRULY A HOPELESS PEOPLE.
Ride to Vote
- Voter Registration Status
- Mail-In Application and Ballot Status
- Poll Location
- Early Voting Locations
- Elected Officials
- Registration Information
- Sample Ballot
- Provisional Ballot status
- General Election Information
- Absentee Information
- Absentee Ballot Drop Box Locations
- Early Voting
- Polling location
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Learn more about the candidates that will appear on the ballot
- Learn more about the amendments/referendums that will appear on the ballot