Today, October 10 was the last day to register to vote or change your address for the November 7 mayoral and other special elections.
There are many reasons to vote. And there are twice as many reasons to early. Early voting starts in Georgia on October 16 and goes until November 3. Be sure to check your local count for specific dates locations and times.
if you live in Georgia’s largest county, here is all the information you need to vote including how to get a “sample ballot” straight from a Fulton County elections press release:
Fulton County Posts Sample Ballots for 2017 Municipal General and Special Elections:
Early Voting Begins Monday, October 16th
Fulton County’s early voting period for the November 7, 2017 General and Special Election will begin on Monday, October 16, 2017. Sample ballots can be viewed on-line at http://www.fultonelections.com. Residents are encouraged to visit the website to review candidates prior to Election Day, November 7th.
“We have posted the ballots on-line for the upcoming election to allow residents the opportunity to review the candidates running for office,” states Richard L. Barron, Director, Fulton county Department of Registration and Elections. “It’s always a good idea to review the ballots prior to heading to the polls in order to be familiar with the ballot layout.”
Voters must present an approved form of Photo Identification, as required by Georgia law. During early voting, any voter may cast their ballot at any early voting location.
For more information on voter registration and the upcoming 2014 General and Special Election, log on to http://www.fultonelections.com or 404-612-7072.
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