ATLANTA — Now in its fourth year, Fair Fight PAC has launched its premier Fair Fight Senior Fellowship Program for 2023. Since 2019, Fair Fight has focused on developing a cohort of state legislators and local elected officials representing communities across Georgia. The program has graduated over forty elected officials in Georgia and 10 additional states. This year, the program will train a diverse set of 20 state legislators and local elected officials, with most being state legislators newly-elected in the 2022 Midterm Elections.
This fellowship program is devoted to expanding knowledge of issues and values important to Fair Fight—particularly the freedom to vote and grassroots advocacy. Through this unique opportunity, Fair Fight Senior Fellows will hone their expertise on various topics including fundraising, grassroots organizing, disinformation, voter protection, and more—all in effort to expand the quality of leadership within the progressive ecosystem. The Georgia-based Senior Fellowship program will run from January to December 2023.
“In 2022, Fair Fight was proud to endorse a diverse slate of progressive candidates for the Georgia State Legislature,” said Fair Fight Political Director Nicole Robinson. “This year, we look forward to working with them and a host of local elected officials to spread awareness about and the skills needed to address issues important to our work. Through the Fair Fight Senior Fellowship Program, we will continue to support and develop the next generation of pro-democracy and pro-voter leaders across our great state.”