Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more
The Secretary of State's office will be mailing absentee ballot request forms to every Georgia voter. This will supplement extra measures to ensure those who rely on in-person voting to access the ballot can do so safely.
What do you the voter need to do?
The League of Women Voters has been advocating in Georgia for retiring the current digital recording electronic (DRE) voting machines for several years. Initially, we were told it would not happen until 2023, just in time for the presidential election of 2024. Instead, it happened this year and we will use it in all elections in 2020, another presidential election year.
For more information, read Sally's report.
The 2019 Voter Guide is now available and includes information on Congressional, Statewide and Local Elections. VOTE 411 provides candidate information, a voter registration tool, and other helpful election information for all voters nationwide.
The March 24 Presidential Preference Primary, set for March 24, has been postponed to May 19, 2020. Early Voting has been suspended as of March 15. Click here for additional information.
For additional information about voter registration and elections in Fulton County, visit Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections.