Friday is the final day of early voting ahead of Election Day in the Georgia primary elections.
Voting locations will be closed over the weekend and Monday, May 21. They reopen 7 a.m. through 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 22, Election Day.
Turnout among early voters has been lower, compared to past elections. The AJC’s Political Insider reported Monday that turnout for early voting is expected to be lower than four years ago, when about 240,000 cast ballots before Election Day.
Georgia will choose Democratic and Republican party nominees for governor on May 22, along with other contested primary elections for Georgia Legislature, Congress, more statewide offices, and city and county officials. Runoffs may be needed to settle some of the election races.
Use the links below to find early voting locations and times in your county, as well as your assigned voting precinct. You can also visit the Georgia Elections office My Voter Page.
Early voting information for metro Atlanta counties:
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More information: Visit PoliticallyGeorgia.com for full coverage of Georgia’s key races.