Absentee Ballot Application Request Deadline

The last day to submit an application for an absentee ballot for the November 2, 2021 Election is October 22, 2021. You can submit your Absentee Ballot Request Application:

Via Portal
Submit your absentee ballot application online using the Fulton County Absentee Portal as a .pdf or .jpg. The maximum file size is 5 MB. The file should be high resolution and legible (minimum file size of 1 MB is recommended). Each submission must have only one application. 

Via Email
To submit an absentee ballot application via email, attach the application as a .pdf or .jpg. The maximum file size is 5 MB to Elections.Absentee@fultoncountyga.gov. Only one application may be attached per email.

Via Fax

Via Mail
Fulton County Registration and Elections
Absentee Ballot Division
130 Peachtree St SW, Suite 2186
Atlanta, GA 30303

For more information visit: https://www.fultoncountyga.gov/services/voting-and-elections/absentee-voting.

Early Voting Locations for the Jan 5 runoff

Early Voting Locations for the Jan 5 runoff


Early voting in Fulton county begins on Dec 14 and ends Dec 30. Registered voters can go to ANY early voting location within their county.

During the first two weeks hours are:
Monday, December 14 to Friday, December 18
Monday, December 21 to Wednesday, December 23
8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

During the final week of early voting, hours are extended:
Monday, December 28 to Wednesday, December 30
7 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Saturday Voting:
Saturday, December 19 and December 26
8:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Sunday Voting:
Sunday, December 20 and December 27
12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

See current wait times online now.

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.

30 Locations

View all on a map.

Adams Park Library  
2231 Campbellton Rd., SW
Atlanta, GA. 30311

Alpharetta Branch Library  
10 Park Plaza
Alpharetta, GA 30009

Buckhead Library 
269 Buckhead Avenue 
Atlanta, GA 30305

Chastain Park
140 W Wieuca Rd NW
Atlanta, GA 30342

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

College Park Library
3647 Main Street
College Park, GA 30337

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

Evelyn G Lowery Library @ Cascade
3665 Cascade Road
Atlanta, GA 30331

Georgia International Convention Center  
2000 Convention Center Concourse
College Park, GA 30337

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

High Museum of Art 
1280 Peachtree Street, NE
Atlanta, GA 30309

Johns Creek Environmental Campus 
8100 Holcomb Bridge Road
Alpharetta, GA 30022

Mercedes Benz Stadium (Tuesday, December 22 to Wednesday, December 30 ONLY)
1 AMB Drive NW
Atlanta, GA

Metropolitan Library  
1332 Metropolitan Parkway
Atlanta, GA 30310

Milton Library  
855 Mayfield Road
Milton, GA 30009

New Beginnings Senior Center 
66 Brooks View Drive
Fairburn, GA 30213

Northside Library 
3295 Northside Pkwy
Atlanta, GA 30327

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

North Fulton Service Center 
(Room 232)
7741 Roswell Road,
Sandy Springs, GA 30350

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

Park Place at Newtown  
3125 Old Alabama Road
Johns Creek, GA 30022

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

Sandy Springs Library  
395 Mount Vernon Hwy, NE 
Sandy Springs, GA 30328

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

State Farm Arena (Monday, December 14 to Saturday, December 19 ONLY)
1 State Farm Drive
Atlanta, GA 30303

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

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

Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes

Fulton County

Drop boxes are a safe and secure way to return your absentee ballot.

  • You do not need postage.
  • You can use any location within your county.
  • Boxes are secured, under 24-hour video surveillance, and emptied every day.

Click here for an interactive map of locations.
Make sure your ballot was accepted at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov


Adams Park Library 2231 Campbellton Road, Atlanta, GA 30311
Adamsville/Collier Heights Library 3424 Martin Luther King Jr Drive, Atlanta, GA 30331
Alpharetta Branch Library 10 Park Plaza Alpharetta GA 30009
Auburn Avenue Research Library 101 Auburn Avenue, NE Atlanta GA 30303
Buckhead Library 269 Buckhead Avenue, NE, Atlanta, GA 30305
Cleveland Avenue Library 47 Cleveland Avenue SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
College Park Branch Library 3647 Main Street College Park GA 30337
Dogwood Library 1838 Donald Lee Hollowell Parkway, Atlanta, GA 30318
East Point Branch Library 2757 Main Street East Point GA 30344
East Roswell Branch Library 2301 Holcomb Bridge Road Roswell GA 30076
Evelyn G. Lowery at Cascade 3665 Cascade Road, SW Atlanta GA 30331
Fairburn Branch Library 60 Valley View Drive Fairburn GA 30213
FULTON COUNTY AIRPORT 3929 Aviation Circle, Suite A, Atlanta, GA 30336
11575 Maxwell Road, Alpharetta, GA 30009
Fulton County Government Center (Boxes located on Peachtree & Pryor) 141 Pryor Street, SW, Atlanta, GA 30303; 130 Peachtree Street, SW, Atlanta, GA 30303
Gladys S. Dennard Library at South Fulton 4055 Flat Shoals Road Union City GA 30291
HAPEVILLE SENIOR CENTER 527 King Arnold Street, Hapeville, GA 30354
Johns Creek Environmental Campus 8100 Holcomb Bridge Road Alpharetta GA 30022
Louise Watley Library at Southeast Atlanta 1463 Pryor Road, SW, Atlanta, GA 30315
Mechanicsville Library 400 Formwalt Street, Atlanta, GA 30312
Metropolitan Branch Library 1332 Metropolitan Parkway Atlanta GA 30310
Milton Branch Library 855 Mayfield Road Milton GA 30009
North Fulton Service Center 7741 Roswell Road Sandy Springs GA 30350
Northeast /Spruill Oaks Library 9560 Spruill Road, Alpharetta GA 30022
Northside Library 3295 Northside Parkway, NW, Atlanta, GA 30327
Northwest Branch Library at Scott’s Crossing 2489 Perry Boulevard, NW Atlanta GA 30318
North Training Center 5025 Roswell Road Sandy Springs, GA 30342
Palmetto Branch Library 9111 Cascade Palmetto Highway Palmetto GA 30268
Ponce De Leon Library 980 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Robert E. Fulton Regional Library at Ocee 5090 Abbotts Bridge Road Johns Creek GA 30005
Roswell Branch Library 115 Norcross Street Roswell GA 30075
Sandy Springs Branch Library 395 Mt Vernon Highway, NE Sandy Springs GA 30328
South Fulton Service Center 5600 Stonewall Tell Road College Park GA 30349
Washington Park Library 1116 Martin Luther King Jr Drive, Atlanta, GA 30314
West End Library 525 Peeples Street SW, Atlanta, GA 30310
Wolf Creek Branch Library 3100 Enon Road Atlanta GA 30331

Your Guide to Voting on Election Day in Georgia

Your Guide to Voting on Election Day in Georgia

Although Georgia allows voters to early vote at any location within their county, to vote on Election Day you must report to your assigned polling place. You can find that information on your My Voter PageClick here to see where to find the info once you’ve logged into the system.

You will also need to bring your ID with you. Any of the following will work:

  • A Georgia Driver’s License, even if expired
  • Any valid state or federal government issued photo ID, including a free ID Card issued by your county registrar’s office or the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS)
  • Valid employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority or other entity of this state
  • Valid U.S. passport ID
  • Valid U.S. military photo ID
  • Valid tribal photo ID
  • A student ID with photo from a public (but not private!) college, university, or technical college.

You can bring printed information with you to help you vote, but you cannot use a cell phone or tablet or internet-enabled device while voting. You can view a sample ballot on your My Voter Page. Check out our candidate guide here.


Check out the Democratic Party of Georgia’s FAQ here.

The poll worker tells me I’m at the wrong location. What should I do?

It depends. Do you believe you are at the wrong location? Where does MVP say your election day polling place is? Are you in the right county? (You need to be in the right county for your vote to count). Generally speaking, if it is later in the day it’s best to stay where you are and ask for a provisional ballot. If it’s early in the day and you have time, consider going to the correct location. Call the voter protection hotline for more assistance (888-730-5816).

The poll worker tells me I’m not registered. What should I do?

If you know you registered before the registration in the county in which you are trying to vote, ask the poll worker to look you up on the supplemental voter roles.  If the poll worker still cannot find, insist on voting a provisional ballot. Call the voter protection hotline for more assistance (888-730-5816).

Should I vote a provisional ballot?

On election day, if you are told you are not eligible to vote, try and work out the issue with the poll worker. However, if you can’t work it out, insist on voting a provisional ballot.  The poll worker must allow you to vote a provisional ballot if you ask to.  Report the incident to the voter protection hotline, 888-730-5816, as soon as possible. You will need to “cure” your ballot, and someone at the hotline will help you with that.

I’m elderly or have a physical disability. Are there any accommodations for me at the polls?

If you are 65 or older, or have a physical disability, you are entitled to go to the front of the line if there is one between the hours of 9:30 am and 4:30 pm.  Ask a poll worker.

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 a machine that provides different ways to cast ballots when you are visually impaired or blind that permit privacy, such as through an audio ballot where the voter can hear candidate names and questions through headphones.

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 you have not already voted 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.

Guidance for 2020 Ballot Amendments and Referendums

Guidance for 2020 Ballot Amendments and Referendums

Proposed Constitutional Amendments

  1. Authorizes dedication of fees and taxes to their intended purposes by general state law.
    House Resolution 164
    Act No 597
    “Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to authorize the General Assembly to dedicate revenues derived from fees or taxes to the public purpose for which such fees or taxes were intended?”

Fulton County Democratic Party Committee recommends: Yes.

From the Democratic Party of Georgia: This question asks if you want to give the Georgia legislature authority to use tax revenue to just go to the public purpose for which the money was intended, instead of an all-purpose fund. Right now, the government can use money dedicated to one purpose, like cleaning up tire dumps and blight, and put it towards broader use. Environmental advocates support this bill because since 1990, while Georgia has raised millions of dollars to clean up specific waste, roughly 40% of those dollars have gone to other purposes. Critics of the amendment say it would remove flexibility for how the government can use money.
However, there are conditions for the amendment — dedicated funding could not exceed 1% of the total state revenues from the previous year, and in an emergency, the governor and General Assembly would have the ability to temporarily suspend dedicated funds.

2. Waives state and local sovereign immunity for violation of state laws, state and federal constitutions.
House Resolution 1023
Act No 596
“Shall the Constitution of Georgia be amended to waive sovereign immunity and allow the people of Georgia to petition the superior court for relief from governmental acts done outside the scope of lawful authority or which violate the laws of this state, the Constitution of Georgia, or the Constitution of the United States?”

FCPDC recommends: Yes.

From the DPG: This question asks whether Georgians should have the right to sue local and state governments as well as elected officials and public employees in their official capacities to challenge laws that may be unconstitutional. A 2017 ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court largely eliminated the ability of Georgians to challenge the constitutionality of laws without the government’s permission. A bill seeking to restore this ability to Georgians was vetoed by Governor Deal and Governor Kemp, who cited concerns regarding lawsuits from people in mental health facilities and lawsuits involving breach of contract against government employees and officials.

Statewide Referendum

A. Establishes a tax exemption for certain real property owned by charities.
House Bill 344
Act No 149

“Shall the Act be approved which provides an exemption from ad valorem taxes for all real property owned by a purely public charity, if such charity is exempt from taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the federal Internal Revenue Code and such real property is held exclusively for the purpose of building or repairing single-family homes to be financed by such charity to individuals using loans that shall not bear interest?”

FCPDC recommends: Yes

From the DPG: This question asks if 501(c)(3) organizations should be exempt from property taxes on property that is in their inventory that is intended for building or repairing single family homes. For example, if this were to pass, Habitat for Humanity Georgia would be exempt from property tax on the vacant lots they own for future building purposes.