Surveying Cobb's Community Priorities

Cobb Citizen Consensus 2024 is a nonpartisan project aimed at making policy recommendations to Cobb Legislators based on citizen needs and priorities. The project is grant-funded, and consists of a community survey, a series of community forums, a Community Forum Report, a Cobb Citizen Consensus Day at the Capitol, and a published white paper of the survey findings and policy recommendations. 

Get started by taking and sharing the Cobb Community Engagement and Priorities survey.


Tell your elected representatives what YOUR priorities are!

Join us for a series of virtual meetings of the Community Forum, where we want to hear what you have to say!

These virtual events are for Cobb citizens to provide input on their policy priorities, which will be compiled into a Community Forum Report to be presented to Cobb's state and local elected legislators.

This forum will culminate in a presentation of your priorities and a day at the State Capitol during legislative session to visit the Cobb Delegation and let them hear your voice.

Forum Dates:

Forum Meetings

A series of three virtual meetings with the community led by CCC24, culminating with a fourth meeting with Cobb legislators to discuss community needs and policy priorities.

Community Forum Report

A report compiled by CCC24 of the input gathered at the forum meetings, delineating citizen policy priorities.
This report will be presented to Cobb legislators.

CCC24 Day at the Capitol

An event at the Capitol hosted by CCC24 for forum attendees, open to all survey takers. 


A nonpartisan nonprofit organization whose mission is to educate and empower under-represented voters in voter suppression states to engage in elections and advocate for their right to vote.

A nonpartisan nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering citizens through civic education to advocate for community interests at the local level.