On June 9, 2020, the Georgia election process melted down. In our precinct, 95% of the voting experience was about waiting in line. For up to six hours.

The line was unmanaged. Uncared for. Unsafe (hundreds of people struggled to maintain social distancing). A real barrier to casting votes.

Your neighbors asked: what can we do on a local level? Fixing the whole broken system is a giant challenge. Can we make one little part of it a whole lot better?
Together, can we look after the line?

This November your Reynoldstown and Cabbagetown neighbors are turning into Vote Hosts.

Vote Hosts remove one significant barrier to voting, by improving the waiting experience.


Hand sanitizer, bottled water, snacks and drinks.

A better sense of how long the wait will be (it’s called ‘line transparency’, and it’s the number one thing that makes waiting more bearable).

Social distancing cues and tools, neighborhood outreach and education.

A freshly sanitized chair, if you need one. A little bit of live music. A chance to stretch, or answer a trivia question, or meet a neighbor.

How can you help?

Sign up to volunteer.

Sign up to become a volunteer baker

Become a Super Vote Host.
Make a donation. Everyone who gives $75 or more gets a dozen freshly baked cookies from our founders.

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Georgia’s election process is a real lemon.
In Reynoldstown and Cabbagetown, we’re serving up lemonade.