Early voting runs in every county at minimum starting Monday, February 19 and ending Friday, March 8. You will need photo identification to vote at the polls.
Early Voting these days is open at a minimum from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Saturday and may begin earlier and/or end later at some locations. Every county Elections Office
will offer Saturday voting. Some county Elections Offices will also offer Sunday voting – check with your county Elections Office for dates and times.
Eligible registered voters can vote at any Early Voting location in the county where they are registered.
Go to iWillVote.com/Georgia to find your Early Voting locations, days, and hours, or call your local Elections Office. You can also check your polling place below:
You can also find your county’s early voting locations at the Secretary of State’s website, by checking your My Voter Page at mvp.sos.ga.gov, by contacting your county registrar’s office, or by
calling or texting the Voter Protection Hotline at 888-730-5816.
To find your county’s Early Voting locations on My Voter Page:
Step 1: Start by entering your first initial, last name, county, and date of birth.
Step 2: Click “My Voting Location” at the top.
Step 3: Scroll down and click on “Early voting polling locations and information”
What time do the polls close?
Times differ by county, Early Voting location, and date. Follow the instructions above to find the specific times for Early Voting locations in your county.
The poll worker tells me I’m not registered. What should I do?
If you know you registered before February 12 in the county in which you are trying to vote, ask the poll worker to look you up on the supplemental voter list. If the poll worker still cannot find you, insist on voting a provisional ballot. Call or text the voter protection hotline (888-730-5816) for more assistance.
I’m elderly or have a physical disability. Are there any accommodations for me at the polls?
If you are 75 or older, or have a physical disability, ask a poll worker to go to the front of the line if there is one.
Every polling location must have at least one location to vote while seated, such as in a wheelchair. In addition, voters with disabilities should have the option of using an accessible voting machine that will allow them to vote independently. Ask a poll worker for assistance.
You are also entitled to receive assistance from another person. You can bring or ask anyone to help you except for the following categories of people: an employer, a labor union official, a candidate on the ballot, or the family member of a candidate on the ballot.
I have difficulty reading. Can someone help me vote?
Yes. You can bring or ask anyone to help you except for the following categories of people: an employer, a labor union official, a candidate on the ballot, or the family member of a candidate on the ballot.
English is not my first language. Can someone help me when I vote?
Yes. A voter can bring an interpreter of his choice to assist in the polling booth. The only people who cannot serve as an interpreter are an employer, a labor union official, a candidate on the ballot, or the family member of a candidate on the ballot.
Can I still vote in person if I applied for an absentee ballot?
Yes, you can. So long as the elections office has not received and accepted your absentee ballot, you can choose to vote in person. If you have your absentee ballot in your possession, take it with you to the polls and give it to the poll worker. The poll worker will dispose of your old ballot and let you vote at the polling place. If you do not have your absentee ballot in your possession (for example, you have not received it yet, or you’ve misplaced it), that’s okay too. Simply tell the poll worker you applied for one, but that you’d like to vote in person instead. The poll worker will ask you to sign a form where you swear you haven’t voted, and then you’ll be permitted to vote in person.
For any questions or problems voting, call or text the Democratic Party of Georgia’s Voter Protection Hotline at 888-730-5816.