This election is important, and it is your chance to take control for your community and weigh in on the issues that matter most to you and your family. As voters, we all have an equal say in determining our future. That’s why it is so important to cast your vote this Tuesday, November 8, 2016!
Learn about the candidates and issues on your ballot!
Georgia Voter Guide: Nonpartisan voter guide for Georgia elections published by the League of Women Voters.
Don’t forget to bring an accepted form of ID!
Forms of identification accepted: state or federal government issued photo ID, including a Voter ID Card issued by your county; a Georgia Driver’s License, even if expired; valid employee photo ID from any government entity; valid U.S. passport; or Valid U.S. military photo ID.
State and Local Primary Calendar
Tuesday, July 26: Runoff Election
General Election Calendar (federal, state and local):
Tuesday, Oct. 11: Voter registration deadline
Monday, Oct. 17: Early voting begins
Tuesday, Nov. 8: Election Day
Tuesday, Dec. 6: Runoff date for local and state offices
Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017: Runoff date for federal offices