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Georgia has 14 US House Members and 2 US Senators for election in 2020.

Online Registration
Georgia residents can register online; last day to register for the June 9th primary is May 11, 2020.

Vote by Mail/Absentee Voting
Due to COVID 19 concerns, the Georgia Secretary of State has announced that Vote By Mail Applications will be sent to all Active Georgia voters for the 2020 May 19th primary election. Inactive and Unregistered voters will NOT automatically receive Vote By Mail Ballot applications.

Early Voting
Georgia has combined their primary elections:

  • Presidential & Congressional Primary - June 9th - Early voting starts May 18th

Georgia Early Voting locations have been announced for the June 9th primary election. Early voting ends on June 5th; you can early vote or drop off your Absentee ballot during Early Voting at any Early Voting Location in your county. 

Election Day Voting
Polling locations are open from 7am to 7pm on Election Day; on election day you must vote at your assigned precinct.

  154,659 Inactive 
   692,287 Dropped
2,525,544 Active 

Dial 404-689-9047 and enter your Zip code; our voice bot will tell you the location, dates and times for your nearest Early Voting location.

Georgia Black Belt Counties

Georgia Stats (Black, Hispanic , Asian and Native American Voters)

  416,119 Unregistered 










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