Atlanta — Today, October 30, marks the last day that Georgians can cast their ballot early in-person and it’s crucial that Georgians who have not already voted make their plan do so now.
Early voting is a great way for Georgia voters to ensure that their vote is counted. It’s faster, has shorter waits, and there are fewer people. Early voting also means that a voter can cast their ballot at any polling location in their county, rather than be limited to their designated precinct. Georgians who don’t know their early voting locations should visit georgiademocrat.org/vote.
With the end of the election only 5 days away, Georgians who have received an absentee ballot but not yet returned it should use a safe and secure ballot dropbox in the county where they are registered, rather than mail their ballot back. Voters can find their ballot dropbox by visiting gaballotdropbox.org. Ballots must be dropped off by 7pm on Tuesday to be counted.
The Democratic Party of Georgia is committed to helping every voter make their voice heard, and ensuring that every Georgian has what they need to make their vote counted. Any Georgia voter with a question about casting their ballot should call the Voter Protection Hotline at 888-730-5816 for assistance in 7 languages including English, Spanish, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Korean, Hindi, and Urdu. Voting resources for all voters continue to be available at georgiademocrat.org/vote.