Planning to vote in the November 8, 2016, election? You must be registered by October 11, 2016. Early voting will start October 17, 2016, at some locations in Fulton County. Think you are already registered? Make sure before October 11, 2016, by going to Georgia's My Voter page, and avoid an unpleasant surprise on election day!
Federal Election Commission's Campaign Finance Disclosure Portal. Follow the money.
MyVoter Page (State of Georgia) for verifying that you are registered to vote, find your current polling place, or request an absentee ballot.
Use Fulton County's Voting Districts Map Viewer to find your polling place and to identify your district numbers by typing in your street address in the search box at top.
Georgia employers are required under OCGA § 21-2-404 to allow employees two hours off in order to vote if arranged in advance. However, if a voter goes to work after 9 a.m. or leaves work before 5 p.m., the employer may not have to grant the two hours off. The hours are at your employer’s discretion so please make sure you speak to your employer in advance.
Photo identification requirements for voting. ID cards for voting purposes are available at no cost from Georgia Department of Driver Services. The same information can be obtained by calling toll-free 1-877-725-9797.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 protects every American against racial discrimination in voting. This law also protects the voting rights of many people who have limited English skills. Contact the United States Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Voting Section if you feel your voting rights under federal law have been violated.
View past election results (Fulton County - look toward the bottom right of the page under "Election Results & Maps") and past election results (Georgia)
Fulton County Registrar contact information
Fulton County Board of Elections And Voter Registration
130 Peachtree St Suite 2186
Atlanta, GA 30303
Telephone: (404) 730-7020
Fax: (404) 730-7024
Search candidates' Campaign Contribution Disclosures
Federal election statistics. Since 1920, the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives has collected and published the official vote counts for federal elections from the official sources among the various states and territories.
US citizens covered by the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) should consult the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP) website.
League of Women Voters of Georgia. Check Vote411.org for a look at the ballot for upcoming races.
Maps in PDF format depicting Georgia House Districts and Senate Districts from the U.S. Census.
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