Because Georgians showed up to the polls in HUGE numbers in 2020, President Biden was elected. As a result, our communities have received incredible resources and investments. That’s the power of our vote. In 2024, we get to show up and do it again to get even more of the changes that we need.

See how Georgia and the nation have changed these last four years all thanks to Georgia voters. Click on the issues important to you to learn more! If you’re ready for more change this year, pledge to vote with NGPAF.


Billions of dollars for cleaner water, our roads and bridges, and access to broadband internet!
  • $9.2 billion over 5 years to improve damages to roads and bridges across the state 
  • 722,473 households have saved $$$ on internet bills (especially in rural GA) 
  • $664,000 to repair and replace lead water pipes in underserved communities 


Millions of borrowers have had their student debt canceled over the last 4 years!
  • $153 billion of student debt canceled for nearly 4.3 million borrowers across the country 
  • 120,870 people in GA have had their debt cleared, totaling $6.8 billion    
  • 323,500 GA borrowers are enrolled in the SAVE repayment plan, with some paying as low as $0/month 
  • Over $260 million in funding for GA Historically Black Colleges and Universities 

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Millions in funding to build more affordable housing and reduce homelessness across the state!
  • $58 million for Homelessness Assistance Funding (HAF) to expand housing and service projects for people experiencing homelessness + $4 million specifically for rural communities 
  • $152 million in grants to build more and improve existing affordable housing supply  
  • $80 million in investments to improve GA’s Public Housing stock  
  • $1 billion for Emergency Rental Assistance, helping thousands of renters remain in their homes  


Unemployment is LOWER and and more jobs are coming to Georgia!
  • Over 1,000 construction jobs will be created for a new GA manufacturing facility for car chips (electronic processor to make a car operate) 
  • 8,000 new jobs for Hyundai’s new GA factory development and operations 
  • The national unemployment rate for Black workers is at the lowest in history 
  • $2 million in funding to GA Boys and Girls Clubs for America for youth workforce training and employment readiness 


Lower prescription drug costs and millions to improve current healthcare services and hospitals!
  • $4.5 million to rural healthcare facilities in GA to improve and keep critical services 
  • A month’s supply of insulin now costs $35 or less for people with Medicare
  • Nearly 80% of Georgians enrolled in the Affordable Care Act have healthcare plans for $10/month or less 
  • Conservative Georgia lawmakers have not expanded Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. If Georgia were to expand Medicaid, an estimated 445,000 people would be newly eligible for health coverage 


We got the FIRST Black woman on the Supreme Court and advancing equity for all!
  • Ketanji Brown-Jackson was the first Black woman nominated to the Supreme Court 
  • Pardons for people with certain federal offenses of simple marijuana possession. Black people are 3x more likely to be arrested for marijuana possession than white people
  • Juneteenth is now a federal holiday! Celebrating and honoring our ancestors with rest and family is the right way to do it


Holding law enforcement officials accountable and decreasing crime nationwide!
  • Launched the National Law Enforcement Accountability Database with documented information on misconduct by federal law enforcement 
  • Banned the use of chokeholds and no-knock warrants by federal law enforcement 
  • The bipartisan Safer Communities Act broadened the category of gun sellers required to become licensed dealers and run background checks 
  • Historically, violent and property crimes have decreased nationwide by approximately 63% overall 


Billions of dollars for our kids, small businesses, and schools!
  • Over 30 million summer meals were provided to children across the nation 
  • Invested nearly $100 million in grants to help Black, Brown, and woman-owned small businesses 
  • $2.2 billion in assistance to farmers who have experienced discrimination in USDA’s farm lending programs 
  • Monthly child tax credits that cut nationwide childhood poverty in HALF
  • One-time stimulus checks that helped us remain afloat during the pandemic

Ebony, 47, Carroll County, GA

“I’m a mother of four, a daughter, and a Georgia voter. Like so many others, I had to take out student loans to get my college degree, which left me with a lot of debt when I graduated. I’m thankful that, because Georgians voted in 2020 President Biden was elected. As a result, my student loan debt has been forgiven. That’s $150,000 in debt I no longer have to think about. Now, I can put my kids through college and plan for the future with less stress.

I can also afford to take better care of my aging parents, especially with the President’s cap on prescription drug costs for seniors, which has given me and my family incredible peace of mind when we go to the pharmacy.

I’m voting in November for even more financial freedom, opportunities for higher education and career paths, and more affordable healthcare access. That’s the power of our vote. I hope you’ll join me.”