On Friday, a Fulton County Superior Court judge ruled in favor of the Democratic Party of Georgia (DPG), the Warnock for Georgia campaign, and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) in their lawsuit to protect Georgians’ access to Saturday early voting during the Senate runoff election.
Following the ruling, Rockdale County announced it will offer early voting on Saturday, November 26 at the County Board of Elections Office. Rockdale County will also offer early voting at the Elections Office on Sunday, November 27.
Fulton, DeKalb, Chatham, and Muscogee Counties have also announced Saturday early voting in light of the court ruling. Every county in Georgia will have early voting from Monday, November 28 through Friday, December 2.
Every Georgia voter should make a plan to vote early in person ahead of the December 6th Senate runoff election. Early voting is easy and convenient – Georgians can vote at any early voting location in their county on their own time. Georgians can go to iWillVote.com/GA to find their county’s early voting locations and hours, and can text or call the Voter Protection Hotline with any questions: 888-730-5816.
Rockdale County Board of Elections Office
1115 West Ave. SW, Conyers, GA 30012
***VOTER PROTECTION HOTLINE: 888-730-5816***