BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) - It’s the last weekend of campaigning before the mid-term elections. One group in Birmingham is working hard, pushing people the polls.
“Woke Vote“ is a nonpartisan group working to make sure everyone who can vote does just that.
A big part of effort is through a simple phone call. There are phone banks set up across the southeast, including in Birmingham.
On Friday, several employees were on the phones getting the word out.
"In the last three weeks we’ve made more than 35,000 calls and received 5,600 commitments to vote,” said Katina Smith.
She oversees the Birmingham Phone Bank. This group has been working since June, spreading this very message and it's now down to the final hours.
"Everyone who is registered to vote should exercise their right to vote and we need to get out and vote,” she continued.
The Alabama midterm election is Tuesday, November 6. Polls are open form 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.