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Are a citizen of the United States
Are a legal resident of Fulton County
Are 17.5 years old and will be 18 by Election Day, Nov. 3, 2020
Have not been found mentally incompetent by a judge
Are not serving a sentence for a felony
To check your registration, change your registration or register for the first time, use the Georgia My Voter Page at: www.mvp.sos.ga.gov
You will need to bring one acceptable photo ID to the polls to vote.
There are seven different types. You only need one:
If you do not have any of these forms of ID, you can get a free ID card at any registrar’s office or
DDS location. Check here for more information: https://sos.ga.gov/index.php/elections/georgia_voter_identification_requirements2
Absentee voting (also known as voting by mail) is an easy, verifiable and secure
form of voting. You don’t need a reason. Anybody can vote by mail in Georgia!
1. Confirm your voter registration is correct. Check your status and make changes
on the My Voter Page: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov
2. Download and complete an absentee ballot application from the Secretary of State’s website.
When completing the application, don’t forget:
a. Select the ballot you want at the top of the page (e.g., Democratic)
b. Include your Driver’s License number (not required, but may speed your application process)
c. Sign your name
3. Submit your completed application via:
a. Email (as pdf attachment): firstname.lastname@example.org
b. Mail: Fulton County Registrar, 130 Peachtree Street SW, Suite 2186, Atlanta, GA 30303-3460
c. Fax: 404-612-3697
4. Check that your request was received at: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov
5. Receive an Absentee Ballot in the mail along with instructions and a return envelope.
6. Complete and sign the ballot. Send back with TWO stamps! Include your address and date of birth on the outer envelope where indicated.
7. Check that your ballot was received on your My Voter Page. https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov
In Person Early Voting begins March 2nd for the Presidential Primary and includes one Saturday, March 14th. You can vote at any location in your county. For locations please go to: https://www.fultoncountyga.gov/services/voting-and-elections/early-voting-locations
To vote on election day, you must report to your assigned polling place. Confirm its location on your My Voter Page. Be sure to bring an acceptable photo ID.
Can I see a sample ballot?
Yes! Log into your My Voter Page using your first initial, last name, date of birth and county you’re registered in. You’ll see four quadrants of information; you’ll find “Click Here for Sample Ballots.”
Do I need to join a political party to vote in a primary?
No, but you will need to select whether you want a Republican, Democrat, or Non-Partisan ballot in order to vote in a primary. The ballot will only contain candidates from that political party.
Why should I vote absentee?
It’s an easy form of voting. Plus, if any issues arise with your registration or ballot in the process of voting, the Democratic Party of Georgia (DPG) will be able to help correct the issues so that your vote will still count by election day.
Is voting by mail secure?
Yes! You can track your ballot’s progress on your My Voter Page. You’ll see the date your ballot was mailed to you, the date it was received by the county registrar, and the date it was counted. The DPG also has a full-time Voter Protection Director who will have representatives on-site to watch ballot counts on election day (plus a team of lawyers to respond to any issues that may arise!)
Can I return my absentee ballot to a voting location?
No, absentee ballots must be taken to the county registrar office.
What if I forget my photo ID/aren’t on the rolls/am told I cannot vote?
First, ask for a provisional ballot. This will allow you to vote on a paper ballot that will be counted if you can “cure” or resolve, the issue at the registrar office within 3 days, or by Friday of the election week. Then, call the DPG’s Voter Protection hotline: 888-730-5816. They will be able to help you make sure your provisional ballot is counted. You can check the status of your ballot by calling the Fulton county registrar’s office at 404-612-7020.
What can I take with me while voting?
You can take any printed or written materials with you into the booth while voting. You cannot use a cell phone or electronic device. YOU CANNOT TAKE PHOTOS OF YOUR BALLOT OR ANYTHING INSIDE YOUR POLLING PLACE.
Can I bring my child with me when I vote?
What do I do if I need assistance with voting?
You can bring a friend or family member with you if you need assistance, or you can ask a poll worker for help.table photo ID.
Can someone drive me to my polling place?
There are several organizations that offer free rides to the polls. You can request a ride from the DPG at 888-730-5816.
Does my employer have to give me time off to vote?
Employers must grant employees two hours of paid leave to vote, unless polls are open 2 hours before or after the regular working shift. This time may be paid depending on location.
Can I vote if I have been convicted of a felony?
If you have served your sentence, yes! Click here for more information:
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Can I vote if I’m currently incarcerated, convicted of a misdemeanor or on parole for a misdemeanor?
What if I have more questions or encounter problems at the polls?
Call the Democratic Party of Georgia’s Voter Protection Hot Line at 888-730-5816. They’re here to help, no matter how small your question may seem!
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