“It is projected that 5.6 million Georgians will vote in the General Election in November, which is a million more than will have ever voted in our state, and in fact, three million more than the number that voted in the June primary,” said Eric Tanenblatt – founding committee member. “We have the opportunity to engage business in new ways to make certain that Georgia meets the challenge to ensure everyone can vote effectively and with confidence. We want the headlines in November to feature the efficiency and confidence in Georgia’s election,” he added.
“It’s a matter of prioritizing. And this is a real priority,” said Eric Tanenblatt, who served on the board of the national service corporation during the George W. Bush administration. “There are moments if you look back in history when national service has really come to the fore, and this is another time when we really need it. It could address a number of challenges that we’re facing.”