After the success of the 2020 program, several of Atlanta’s Black Radio stations have teamed up once again with the common goals of voter education and mobilization in advance of the November 2022 mid-term election.

In 2020, after Atlanta made national news over reports of widespread attempts at minority voter suppression, several Black Radio PDs got together to discuss how they could create positive changes as they look toward the future, and out of those discussions sprang “Black Radio United For The Vote.” Now, as Georgia votes for Governor, Secretary of State and a Senate seat, Black Radio stations are coming together with a mission to continue to increase voter turnout.

Stations participating in this initiative include CMG’s WALR (KISS 104.1); Audacy’s WVEE (V103) and WAOK-AM (1380 News & Talk); Urban One’s WAMJ/WUMJ (Majic 107.5/97.5), WHTA (Hot 107.9), WPZE (Praise 102.5) & Classix 102.9 (WAMJ-HD2); Core Radio Group’s WWSZ (Streetz 94.5); and Clark Atlanta University NPR affiliate WCLK (Jazz 91.9).

The goal of Black Radio United For The Vote is to educate and mobilize black voters across metro Atlanta, and to get them to the polls in the coming election on November 8. On August 15, the participating radio stations dedicated their on-air programming to educate, inform and inspire Atlanta’s Black community on important topics such as candidates on the ballot, political platforms, local ballot measures and more.
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