Elections

The General Primary Runoff, Non-Partisan General Runoff, and Special Runoff Election for Local and State Offices is on Tuesday, August 11, 2020. 

 

On Election Day voters must report to their assigned polling place. Voters can visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/ to find their assigned polling location.  

 

The Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections approved changes to several Polling Places that will take effect with the August 11 General Primary Runoff, Non-Partisan General Runoff, and Special Runoff Election.

 

Registered voter in these precincts will receive written notification of Polling Place change. In addition, the Fulton County will place signs at the entrances of the original Polling Places directing voters to the new locations.

 

All Fulton County Voters are encouraged to check the Georgia My Voter page to verify their Election Day polling place. 



 

FULL LIST OF POLLING PLACE CHANGES




EARLY VOTING

for August 11 General Primary Runoff, Non-Partisan General Runoff, and Special Runoff Election for Local and State Offices.  

Early voting starts on Monday, July 20 at 8:30 a.m.!  Hours will be 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday – Saturday, through August 7. (Note that the Palmetto Library will be open August 3 – 7 only).  There will be a total of 20 locations, including Georgia’s largest early voting location at State Farm Arena. The full list of early voting locations and hours can be found here.

Voters at State Farm Arena will not be charged for parking. Directions to State Farm Arena Parking. We are also grateful to MARTA for opening the rail station that allows easy access to voting at the arena.  Voters at State Farm Arena will receive a special “I Voted” sticker, thanks to the partnership between Fulton County and the Atlanta Hawks.

VOTERS 75+ & VOTERS WITH DISABILITIES

Voters over age 75 or those with disabilities are not required to wait in lines during non-peak times (9:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.) Please see a poll worker for assistance.

ABSENTEE BALLOTS

Voting by mail is a safe and convenient option. Fulton County has put several improvements in place for absentee ballot processing  Voters who wish to vote by absentee ballot should download, complete, print and sign the Absentee Ballot Application.  Then, submit the completed and signed application: (1) by mail; (2) by absentee ballot drop box; (3) by fax; (4) by email.  Ballots must be returned to the Department of Registration & Elections no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day. Fulton County has 20 Absentee Ballot Drop Boxes in place.  Please check their absentee ballot web page.

A NOTE ABOUT PARTISAN PRIMARY ELECTIONS

The August 11 Election is a General Primary Runoff, Non-Partisan General Runoff, and Special Runoff Election for Local and State Offices.  During the August 11 runoff election, voters will be given the ballot of whichever party they selected during the June 9 Primary election.  Voters who did not vote in the June 9 Primary Election are eligible to vote in the runoff, and may select the party of their preference at the time they vote.

SAMPLE BALLOTS

Voters can view Sample Ballots for this election on this page

SAFETY MEASURES

Voters will be asked to wear face coverings at all Fulton County early voting locations, for their own protection and for the protection of poll workers and other voters. Social distancing will be enforced. Equipment will be sanitized throughout the day.

 


Helpful Links

Verify your Voter Registration
Polling Place Look Up
How to Order a Voter List
Register to Vote