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Georgia's New Voting Machines in 2019

Georgia's New Voting Machines
by Sally FitzGerald, LWV Capitol Observer

The League of Women Voters has been advocating in Georgia for retiring the current digital recording electronic (DRE) voting machines for several years. Initially, we were told it would not happen until 2023, just in time for the presidential election of 2024. Instead, it happened this year and we will use it in all elections in 2020, another presidential election year.

For more information, read Sally's report.

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Early Voting Information

We encourage voting early for anyone that could face an issue at the polls (first-time voters, citizenship, etc). Early voting allows time for individuals to clear up any reasons that may cause you to vote provisionally (on paper) on election day.

Residents of Fulton County Commission District 6 and Atlanta Board of Education District 2 are encouraged to cast their ballots early for the October 15 Special Election runoff. Residents are encouraged to verify their eligibility to vote in this special election by visiting before heading to the polls and to take advantage of Early Voting to avoid long lines on Election Day.

Visit the Runoff Early Voting schedule to locate early voting times and locations.

Election Day for the 2019 Special Election Runoff will be Tuesday, October 15. Eligible voters have to vote at their designated polling location on Election Day.

Voter Information Find the facts about voting in your state at Before an election, find your polling place.

For additional information about voter registration and elections in Fulton County, visit Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections.