The following is a list of results from advisory questions put forward to the Democratic primary voters of Fulton County, Georgia by either the Fulton County Democratic Committee or the Democratic Party of Georgia since 2000.

  • July 31, 2012
    • Democratic 1 (State): Should the Georgia Constitution be amended to allow the state to override locally-elected school boards’ decisions when it comes to the creation of charter schools in your county or city?
      • Statewide YES: 252,717 (43.67%)
      • Statewide NO: 325,976 (56.33%)
      • County YES: 34,051 (43.37%)
      • County NO: 44,457 (56.63%)
    • Democratic 2 (State): Do you support ending the current practice permitting unlimited gifts from lobbyists to state legislators?
      • Statewide YES: 423,775 (72.55%)
      • Statewide NO: 160,315 (27.45%)
      • County YES: 61,901 (77.10%)
      • County NO: 18,384 (22.90%)
    • Democratic 3 (State): Should Georgia adopt an income tax credit for home energy costs to support the economic security of our families?
      • Statewide YES: 464,313 (79.60%)
      • Statewide NO: 119,022 (20.40%)
      • County YES: 65,088 (82.16%)
      • County NO: 14,130 (17.84%)
    • Democratic 4 (State): Should Georgia reduce sales taxes on Made in Georgia products so as to support the growth of small businesses in our state?
      • Statewide YES: 513,801 (87.03%)
      • Statewide NO: 76,562 (12.97%)
      • County YES: 69,311 (86.42%)
      • County NO: 10,895 (13.58%)
  • May 20, 2014
    • Democratic 1 (State): Should Georgia raise the state minimum wage above the current $5.15 an hour?
      • Statewide YES: 328,142 (94.73%)
      • Statewide NO: 18,240 (5.27%)
      • County YES: 47,674 (97.32%)
      • County NO: 1,311 (2.68%)
    • Democratic 2 (State): Should Georgians’ federal tax dollars be returned to Georgia to fund Medicaid expansion and relieve the indigent care burden on our hospitals?
      • Statewide YES: 297,691 (87.93%)
      • Statewide NO: 40,859 (12.07%)
      • County YES: 43,980 (91.68%)
      • County NO: 3,993 (8.32%)
    • Democratic 3 (State): Should the Constitution of Georgia be amended to create an independent ethics commission, not tied to the Governor’s office, legislature, or other elected office, to more effectively police potential ethics violations by elected officials?
      • Statewide YES: 278,694 (84.60%)
      • Statewide NO: 50,721 (15.40%)
      • County YES: 42,615 (90.66%)
      • County NO: 4,389 (9.34%)
    • Democratic 4 (State): Should the Constitution of Georgia be amended to make the education budget Georgia’s first funding priority?
      • Statewide YES: 285,256 (85.52%)
      • Statewide NO: 48,283 (14.48%)
      • County YES: 41,257 (87.44%)
      • County NO: 5,928 (12.56%)
  • May 24, 2016
    • Democratic 1 (State): Should Georgia invest less than 1 percent of its annual budget to provide healthcare to 500,000 low-income citizens and military veterans by expanding Medicaid?
      • Statewide YES: 321,143 (84.36%)
      • Statewide NO: 59,561 (15.64%)
      • County YES: 43,361 (92.83%)
      • County NO: 3,350 (7.17%)
    • Democratic 2 (State): Should Georgia guarantee paid family leave to include pregnancy, serious illness, care of a family member with a serious health condition or care for a newborn, newly adopted child or newly placed foster child?
      • Statewide YES: 339,409 (88.91%)
      • Statewide NO: 42,315 (11.09%)
      • County YES: 44,568 (95.29%)
      • County NO: 2,202 (4.71%)
    • Democratic 3 (State): Should private property on rivers and streams be protected by natural vegetative buffers to ensure that Georgia’s waters are swimmable, drinkable and fishable?
      • Statewide YES: 329,424 (87.47%)
      • Statewide NO: 47,201 (12.53%)
      • County YES: 42,445 (92.25%)
      • County NO: 3,566 (7.75%)
    • Democratic 4 (State): Should Georgia automatically register to vote all legal and permanent residents upon issuance of a driver’s license or state-issued ID which includes an opt-out provision?
      • Statewide YES: 299,925 (79.82%)
      • Statewide NO: 75,819 (20.18%)
      • County YES: 40,008 (86.79%)
      • County NO: 6,090 (13.21%)
  • May 22, 2018
    • Democratic 1 (State): Should the sale and distribution of bump stocks be prohibited in the state of Georgia? 
      • Statewide YES: 398,984 (76.42%)
      • Statewide NO: 123,128 (23.58%)
      • County YES: 67,908 (80.15%)
      • County NO: 16,817 (19.85%)
    • Democratic 2 (State): Should Georgia pull down our federal tax dollars to save rural hospitals and create more than fifty thousand jobs by expanding Medicaid?
      • Statewide YES: 495,786 (91.41%)
      • Statewide NO: 46,577 (8.59%)
      • County YES: 81,995 (92.96%)
      • County NO: 6,209 (7.04%)
    • Democratic 3 (State): Should Georgia allow voters to elect our own representatives by amending our Constitution to place the power of drawing district lines under the authority of an independent, non-partisan commission? 
      • Statewide YES: 401,305 (75.85%)
      • Statewide NO: 127,791 (24.15%)
      • County YES: 68,879 (80.25%)
      • County NO: 16,950 (19.75%)
    • Democratic 4 (State): Should Georgia alleviate traffic congestion, reduce carbon emissions, and better connect communities by investing a substantial amount of existing tax dollars in mass transit?
      • Statewide YES: 457,501 (84.91%)
      • Statewide NO: 81,294 (15.09%)
      • County YES: 81,371 (91.93%)
      • County NO: 7,139 (8.07%)
  • June 9, 2020
    • Democratic 1 (State): Should Georgians work to stop climate change and listen to the scientific community, which recommends immediate action to combat this serious threat to our planet? 
      • Statewide YES: 1,100,825 (91.38%)
      • Statewide NO: 103,848 (8.62%)
      • County YES: 171,315 (94.11%)
      • County NO: 10,730 (5.89%)
    • Democratic 2 (State): Should Georgia enact basic standards to protect our environment from wasteful plastic items that pollute our state? 
      • Statewide YES: 1,167,701 (96.62%)
      • Statewide NO: 40,802 (3.38%)
      • County YES: 177,641 (97.49%)
      • County NO: 4,581 (2.51%)
    • Democratic 3 (State): Should every eligible Georgian be allowed to register to vote on Election Day to make sure everyone can exercise their right to vote? 
      • Statewide YES: 1,143,976 (94.33%)
      • Statewide NO: 68,773 (5.67%)
      • County YES: 175,409 (96.00%)
      • County NO: 7,308 (4.00%)
    • Democratic 4 (State): Should Georgia take partisanship out of the redistricting process and have an independent commission draw district lines instead of politicians? 
      • Statewide YES: 1,041,118 (87.64%)
      • Statewide NO: 146,885 (12.36%)
      • County YES: 163,182 (90.80%)
      • County NO: 16,543 (9.20%)
    • Democratic 5 (State): Should our criminal justice system end the discriminatory cash bail system that allows the wealthy to buy their way out of jail while disadvantaging lower-income Georgians? 
      • Statewide YES: 1,025,250 (85.41%)
      • Statewide NO: 175,070 (14.59%)
      • County YES: 158,723 (87.74%)
      • County NO: 22,171 (12.26%)
    • Democratic 6 (State): Should every Georgian that has served their sentence for a crime they committed be allowed to have their voting rights restored?
      • Statewide YES: 1,123,520 (93.15%)
      • Statewide NO: 82,654 (6.85%)
      • County YES: 171,974 (94.59%)
      • County NO: 9,831 (5.41%)