Georgia has already seen record breaking numbers for the 2020 general election. Over 2 million Georgians have cast their ballot early and we expect to shatter the turnout record from the 2016 election.
Here is some helpful information as we go into the last week of early vote and then turn our attention to election day:
If you're planning to vote early in person, click here to find where in your county you can go to vote.
On election day, you must report in person to your designated polling location. You can find that information here.
If you requested an absentee ballot, you can mail it back to to your local county election office. However, your absentee ballot must be in the elections office by the time of the closing of the polls on election night.
It is highly recommended that you drop off your ballot in an absentee ballot drop box. Your ballot must be received by your county by 7PM on November 3rd to be counted. Drop boxes will be emptied and closed at 7PM on November 3rd. You can find your nearest drop box below:
For additional information on voting, click here.
If you have any questions or issues, call the Georgia Voter Protection Hotline at 1-888-730-5816.
With only a week left of early vote and then election day, we must do everything we can to make our voices be heard.
Make a plan today to vote!