Early Voting Locations for December 6 Runoff Election

Early Voting Locations for December 6 Runoff Election


Early voting in Fulton county begins on Saturday, November 26 and ends Friday, December 2. Registered voters can go to ANY early voting location within their county.

Hours are:

Saturday – Friday 7 am – 7 pm

Don’t forget your ID. You can bring a folding chair, snack, water, mobile device, etc, to use while you wait, but you cannot use mobile devices while actually voting on the machines. See frequently asked questions here.


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Asterisk* Indicates Absentee Ballot Drop Box Locations.

Alpharetta Branch Library*  
10 Park Plaza
Alpharetta, GA 30009

Buckhead Library* 
269 Buckhead Avenue 
Atlanta, GA 30305

C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center* 
3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SW
Atlanta, GA 30311

Chastain Park Recreation Center
140 Chastain Park Avenue NW
Atlanta, GA 30342

Dorothy Benson Senior Center* 
6500 Vernon Wood Drive SE
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

East Point Library 
2757 Main Street
East Point, GA 30344

East Roswell Branch Library* 
2301 Holcomb Bridge Rd.
Roswell, GA 30076

Etris Community Recreation  
5285 Lakeside Dr.
Union City, GA 30291

Fulton County Government Center
130 Peachtree Street SW
Atlanta, GA 30303

Gladys S. Dennard Library @ South Fulton*
4055 Flat Shoals Road
Union City, GA 30291

Metropolitan Library  
1332 Metropolitan Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30310

Milton Library  
855 Mayfield Road
Milton, GA 30009

Northside Library 
3295 Northside Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30327

Northeast Spruill Oaks Library 
9560 Spruill Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022

North Fulton Service Center 
7741 Roswell Road,
Sandy Springs, GA 30350

Northwest Branch at Scotts Crossing Library 
2489 Perry Boulevard, NW
Atlanta, GA 30318

Palmetto Library
9111 Cascade Palmetto Hwy
Palmetto, GA 30268

Ponce De Leon Library  
980 Ponce De Leon Ave. NE
Atlanta, GA 30306

Robert E. Fulton Ocee Library  
5090 Abbotts Bridge Road
Johns Creek, GA 30005

Roswell Library 
115 Norcross Street
Roswell, GA 30075

South Fulton Service Center 
5600 Stonewall Tell Road
South Fulton, GA 30349

Southwest Arts Center 
915 New Hope Road., SW
South Fulton, GA 30331

Welcome All Recreation Center 
4255 Will Lee Road
South Fulton, GA 30349

Wolf Creek Library* 
3100 Enon Road, SW
Atlanta, GA 30331


Georgia Tech
Ferst Center
November 28, 29 and 30
349 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Morehouse College
Archer Hall
November 28, 29 and 30
876 Atlanta Student Movement Blvd., Atlanta, GA 30314
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Georgia State University
Veterans Memorial Hall located inside of Dahlberg Hall
November 28, 29 and 30
30 Courtland Street SE
Atlanta, GA 30303
8:30 a.m. to 5pm

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A College Student’s Guide to Voting in Georgia

As you return to campus for the Fall, take a moment to answer one very important question:   Do you have a VOTING PLAN for the November 8 election?  
Voting as a college student living away from home can be a bit more complicated (or even more so if you are spending a semester abroad!).  Careful planning now can make things easier in November.  Your VOTE is your VOICE – make sure you are heard!

STEP 1: CHECK YOUR VOTER REGISTRATION                                          

Make sure you are registered to vote in Georgia and that everything is up-to-date. You can easily check your voter registration at Georgia’s My Voter Page: mvp.sos.ga.gov

Is your personal information accurate and your voter status listed as ACTIVE?  

Great!  You are all set and ready to vote.  

Is any information inaccurate? Has your address or name changed?  Or is your status listed as INACTIVE? 

Take action ASAP to make changes and updates.  All changes must be made before October 11, 2022. You can update your registration information at registertovote.sos.ga.gov If you need further help (especially if for any reason you are listed as inactive), contact your County Registrar directly.  Find contact information at: https://elections.sos.ga.gov/Elections/countyregistrars.do 

Not registered yet to vote in Georgia?

If you have not yet registered to vote in Georgia, do it NOW.  The last date to register and be eligible to vote in the November 8 election is October 11, 2022.  But don’t wait that long, register today–your county registrar will need time to process your registration before you’ll be able to vote.  

Eligible voters must meet the following requirements:  you will be 18 years or older by Nov 8, you are a US citizen, you are a legal resident of your county, you are not serving a sentence for the conviction of a felony, and you have not been found mentally incompetent by a judge.

You can register to vote at registertovote.sos.ga.gov  If you have a Georgia’s driver’s license or State ID, you can register to vote online.  If not, you must download and print the registration form and then return the completed form, along with a copy of an approved proof of residence document, to the address on the form (see orange box on form for details).


You have 3 options for casting a ballot in Georgia:

  1. Vote in-person on election day
  2. Vote early in-person at an early voting location
  3. Vote using an absentee ballot

Figure out which of the above options works for you, and make your voting plan NOW.


  • Election Day is Tuesday, November 8.  Polls will be open from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm 
  • On election day you may ONLY vote at your assigned polling location which is based upon your registration address (you can find your assigned polling location on My Voter Page mvp.sos.ga.gov)
  • Unless you attend college in the same county in which you are registered to vote, voting in-person on election day is unlikely to be feasible for most college students.  And who knows what your schedule will hold that day? Thus, most college students will need to use one of the other 2 voting options – early in-person or absentee ballot


  • This is the simplest and most straightforward method of voting in Georgia.  If feasible, we highly encourage college students to make a plan to vote in-person during the early voting period.
  • Early voting in Georgia will run for 3 weeks, from Monday, October 17 to Friday, November 4, including Saturdays, and, in some counties, on Sundays too
  • Exact dates, hours and locations can be found on the Fulton Elections Website, or your county elections website.
  • During the early voting period you can vote at ANY early voting location in the county in which you are registered to vote.
  • If feasible, we encourage college students to come home during the Early Voting period, October 17 – November 4, to cast their ballot in person. This is a great Fall Break plan!


College students who cannot return home during the early voting period or on election day, should plan to vote via absentee ballot aka vote by mail. The absentee ballot process is a bit arduous, and requires a lot of time in postal transit, so we recommend starting it NOW and then being proactive in managing the process.

STEP ONE: Submit an absentee ballot application

Do this NOW! Voting by mail is a long process, so the sooner you apply for a ballot, the better. (The last day to request an absentee ballot is October 28, but don’t wait that long.) 

The Absentee Ballot Application can be found at the following site:


Your completed application must be printed out and signed.  NOTE: the application is TWO PAGES…you must print out and complete both pages. 

You can photograph or scan your completed application and then upload it to the Secretary of State’s absentee ballot portal (link above).  Alternatively, you can email a photograph or scanned copy of your application to your county elections office (application must be sent as an ATTACHED .jpg or .pdf file). Fulton county voters can submit their application to elections.absentee@fultoncountyga.gov.

When you receive your absentee ballot (likely mid-October), complete it and return it as soon as possible to allow ample time for it to arrive before November 8.  Remember to follow all of the included directions and SIGN the ballot return envelope.

Your absentee ballot will come with a self-addressed envelope in which you can return it via mail to your County Elections Office.  Please use 2 stamps when returning your ballot.


If you are studying abroad this semester, you have the option to vote absentee through an UOCAVA ballot (Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) as a “Overseas Temporary Resident”.  The UOCAVA ballot is different from a traditional absentee ballot in that your absentee ballot will be sent you via EMAIL (vs. regular mail), thus shortening the time it takes to receive your absentee ballot.  You will still need to PRINT the absentee ballot that is emailed to you, complete it on paper, and then return it via regular mail. To request a UOCAVA ballot, go to FVAP.gov and follow the instructions.

Track your Ballot:  The Absentee Ballot Portal on the Georgia My Voter Page (mvp.sos.ga.gov) provides helpful information on tracking your absentee ballot application and the absentee ballot itself.  You can confirm when your application is received, when your ballot is mailed to you and when the ballot is received and accepted.  If you see any problems, please contact your County Elections office ASAP to determine what you must do to remedy any problems.


The Georgia Voter Protection Hotline is a great resource for any question you may have. Dial 1-888-730-5816. If you live outside Georgia, the National Voter Hotline is 888-OUR-VOTE.

As a student living away from home, what address should I use for my voter registration?

Most college students, especially those attending school outside of Georgia, maintain their family’s home address as their registration address while they are in college.  Students attending college in Georgia may choose to switch their registration address to their college address, but you must update this address every time you move (often annually for college students!).  Additionally, some scholarships and financial aid packages are dependent upon your address of residence, and thus changing your voter registration address may impact your eligibility.

I have friends from out of state who attend college in Georgia.  Can they register to vote in Georgia?

There is no minimum residency requirement in order to register to vote in Georgia.  This means that students attending college in Georgia may register to vote in Georgia using their campus residential address (but they must cancel their voter registration in their home state….you can only vote in one state!).  Also, please note that changing their registration address to Georgia may jeopardize any scholarships or financial aid they receive based on their out-of-state address (see above).  Your college Registrar will have more specific information and advice.

If I attend college in Georgia, can I vote in-person during the early voting period at a polling location near my college campus?

If you attend college in the same county in which you are registered to vote, then yes.  In Georgia you can vote at ANY early voting location in the county in which you are registered.  However, you cannot vote early in a different county than the one in which you are registered.  For example, if you are registered to vote at your family’s Fulton County address, but you attend school in Clarke County (Athens, GA), you can only vote early in-person in Fulton County.  You cannot vote at a Clarke County early voting location.

If I vote in person, what form of ID do I need to bring with me?

When you vote in-person, you must present a valid photo ID at the polling location. For most voters this will be their Georgia’s Driver’s License (even if expired) or Georgia issued state ID.  Alternative forms of accepted photo ID, can be found here: sos.ga.gov/page/georgia-voter-identification-requirements

If you are a newly registered voter who did NOT use a Georgia Driver’s License or State ID when you registered, you may additionally be asked to provide “proof of residence” when you go to vote for the first time. This must be a document that shows: 1) your name, 2) your current Georgia address, 3) and is less than 60 days old. Common examples are: utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck or other government document.

Can a parent fill out the absentee ballot application on behalf of the student?

YES!  A parent can submit an absentee ballot application on behalf of their child.  If you do this, please note that you will leave SECTION 8 (Voter Oath and Signature) BLANK. Instead the parent will provide his/her signature in SECTION 11 (Requesting a ballot on behalf of a voter).

Where should I have my absentee ballot sent?  My home or school address?

In SECTION 5 of the absentee ballot application, you can request to have your ballot sent to a temporary address (e.g. your address at school).  This is only an option if you go to school in a different county than the one in which you reside. Some people choose this option so that they can have their ballot mailed to them directly.  However, many voters have experienced difficulty with this option, and instead choose to have their absentee ballot sent to their home address (where they are registered).  They then have a family member mail it to them at school. This option can take a bit longer, but reduces some risk of error and confusion. It’s your choice.

When will I receive my absentee ballot?

The earliest day that counties may begin mailing absentee ballots is October 10.  At that time, start checking your My Voter Page (mvp.sos.ga.gov)  to confirm when your ballot is put in the mail so that you can be on the lookout for it.  Historically most counties start sending ballots one week after this “earliest day”… so be patient.

When should I worry that my absentee ballot is lost or may not arrive in time?  

If you have not received your absentee ballot by the third week of October, call your County Registrar to inquire about the status of your ballot.  If you fear that your ballot was lost in the mail, or sent to the wrong address, you may opt to cancel that ballot and request a new ballot be mailed to you.  Remember to allow yourself ample time to return your ballot…don’t wait until the last minute to resolve problems.

I am worried about returning my absentee ballot to the county by mail….do I have other options?

The absentee ballot process relies heavily on US Mail and thus can be fraught with complications and delays.  Some students opt to use their parents as intermediaries to streamline things.  For an extra level of reassurance that your completed ballot makes it to the County Registrar, some students opt to mail their completed ballot to their parents who then return the ballot by hand (either directly to the County Registrar’s office or to an absentee ballot drop box).  In Georgia, parents are allowed to return absentee ballots on behalf of their child.

If I request an absentee ballot, can I later opt to vote in-person instead?

YES!  Many people request an absentee ballot, but then find that they are able to vote in person during the early voting period (plans change!).  Or, some voters unfortunately may not receive their absentee ballot in a timely manner, and thus must make plans for a last-minute trip home to vote.  Either way, you can vote early in-person (or on election day) by simply informing the poll worker that you want to cancel your absentee ballot request and vote in person instead.


If you have any questions on the voting process, here are some great resources:

State of Georgia and the Georgia Secretary of State

Websites for both the State of Georgia and the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office offer detailed “how to” guides and resources that will address most voter questions.




The Georgia Voter Guide

This is a non-partisan voter resource that provides even more detailed information for voters.  You can find them at  georgiavoter.guide Some of their  most helpful articles include:

How to Register to vote in Georgia: 


How to Apply for an Absentee Ballot: 


How to Sumbit your Absentee Ballot:


Candidate Research at branch.vote

For information on candidates, check out branch.vote.  Just input your registration address and the site will provide you with the names of all the candidates who will appear on your specific ballot PLUS detailed information on each candidate’s positions and platforms.

National Voter Hotline

To ask specific questions on the voting process, you can call 888-OUR-VOTE (888-687-8683). The non-partisan hotline is staffed by volunteer lawyers with decades of experience who can answer all of your voting questions.

Standing in Solidarity with Labor

Join Congresswoman Nikema Williams as we stand in solidarity with our Unions on this Labor Day. We will March from the Headquarters of Labor Unions here in Atlanta to the Capital, as we commemorate all the hard fought gains Unions have brought Americans over the years. This event will begin at the IBEW building at 10 am and conclude with a picnic at 12pm at Liberty Park. We will hear from Rep Williams and our other Democratic leaders who stand in solidarity with Labor.

Time: 10 AM

Location: IBEW Building, 501 Pulliam St SW #250, Atlanta, GA 30312

Standing in Solidarity with Labor

DPG is hiring!

DPG’s Coordinated Campaign team is still hiring Organizers for this election cycle. We are looking for passionate, hardworking individuals who are committed to building a coordinated campaign working to elect Democrats up and down the ballot in November 2022. Please encourage strong candidates you know to apply! No previous campaign experience is required for the Organizer position.

The DPG is also currently hiring for the following positions:

Chief of Staff

Regional Organizing Director

Digital Organizer

Campus Organizer


Deputy Data Director

Deputy Training Director

Deputy Voter Protection Director

Regional Voter Protection Director

Deputy Political Director (AAPI Outreach)

Deputy Communications Director

Grassroots Outreach Canvassers

Digital Strategist

For more information, visit CAREERS – DEMOCRATIC PARTY OF GEORGIA

Let’s Fight! Let’s Vote! Let’s Win! Gala

This is the Fulton Democrats signature fundraising event. Join us for special guests, dinner, dancing, and an amazing experience.

About this event

We are so appreciative for your support. You make it possible to provide necessary resources for Democrats candidates and officials by attending the We Fight! We Vote! We Win! Gala.

Arrive early for silent auction and meet-and-greet.

Link for tickets: https://secure.actblue.com/donate/fulton_gala

Please bring your ticket for discounted parking at the Hyatt.

See you soon!

Date and time

Sat, September 17, 2022

7:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT


Hyatt Regency Atlanta

265 Peachtree Street Northeast

Atlanta, GA 30303

Statewide Candidate Forum & Meet and Greet

Join us for a statewide candidate forum on April 28th moderated by Summer Jackson and Rashad Richey. The forum will cover the following primaries: Lt. Governor, Labor Commissioner, Public Service Commission. There will be a meet and greet held at 6pm, followed by the start of the forum at 7pm. The forum will be held at Ebenezer Baptist Church (101 Jackson St. NE, Atlanta, GA, 30312). We hope to see you all there! 

Get your tickets here: https://t.co/euPjS7v0aW.

Qualifying 2022

Qualifying Period is March 7, 2022 (9:00 am – 5:00 pm) through March 11, 2022 (9:00 am – 12:00 pm). Qualifying will be held at the Democratic Party County Office:
501 Pulliam St., Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30312 | Phone: 770.548.0923 | info@fultongop.org https://fultondems.org/

Ms. LeWanna Heard-Tucker
Chairperson Phone:770-744-1807
Email: chair@fultondems.org

Helpful Tips

Please make checks payable to the Fulton County Democratic Party Committee (FCDPC).

Please notarize your documents before you visit the party office. There is no guarantee that a notary will be onsite.