AJC Voter Guide 2018 is available online

The General Election for Atlanta and Georgia is Nov. 6, 2018

The 2018 AJC Voter Guide from the League of Women Voters is available online with information for candidates in the Nov. 6, 2018 general election.

>> 2018 AJC Voter Guide link <<

All voters choose the general ballot. This election is different from primary elections, when voters have to choose a ballot by party, Republican, Democrat or Nonpartisan. In the general election all candidates are on one ballot, based on the voting precinct assigned to the voter’s home address.

How do I find a sample ballot?

The MyVoter web page from the Georgia Elections office is a good place to find a sample ballot that includes the races and ballot questions that apply to your election precinct. Some county elections offices post generic or consolidated sample ballots that include all elections in that county. The only caution is that these generic ballots will include races and ballot questions that may be for voters in other precincts but not yours.

For generic sample ballots for metro Atlanta sample ballots, follow the link for your county.

Clayton County

Cobb County

DeKalb County

Fulton County

Gwinnett County


Who is on the ballot besides the candidates for governor?

Guide to the Constitutional Amendments on the ballot

How and where do I vote?

Georgia governor’s race news and updates

Deeper coverage of the election from AJC’s Politically Georgia

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