On December 2, 2020 I drove from Brooklyn to Georgia to volunteer on the two runoff Senate elections. Georgians faced strict crackdowns on voter ID and absentee ballot signatures, putting at risk the votes cast by thousands of elderly, disabled, active military service member, Black, and non-native English speaking voters. Working with The New Georgia Project, Georgia Democrats, and Georgians for Registration and Increased Turnout, I aided in new voter registration and worked on the ballot cure canvass team, helping voters with the necessary paperwork to fix errors that would otherwise get their votes thrown out due to "signature issues" or missing identification. I also worked with the President of Cobb Democratic Women to take photos and videos at their rallies and others. I traveled the state, volunteering in Atlanta, Macon, Albany, and Columbus until the two seats flipped on January 6, 2021.