Election officials are moving the Dunwoody's early voting site for the 6th Congressional District runoff to a location that will be open for three weeks instead of just one.
Voters will be able to cast ballots in advance at the Dunwoody Methodist Church on weekdays from May 30 to June 16, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Early voting is also available on Saturday, June 10, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Dunwoody Library is no longer an early voting site for the runoff between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff.
DeKalb County election officials made the location change in response to complaints that Dunwoody voters didn't have equal access to early voting.
Four other locations — in Brookhaven, Chamblee, Tucker and central DeKalb — were already scheduled to be open for three weeks of early voting.
Any registered voter in the 6th District can vote at any of the early voting sites. But for those who wait until Election Day on June 20, they’ll have to vote at their assigned precincts.
Dunwoody Methodist Church is located at 1548 Mount Vernon Road.
Mark Niesse covers voting rights and elections for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. He also reports on the Georgia House of Representatives and government. He has been a reporter at the AJC since 2013 following a decade at The Associated Press in Atlanta, Honolulu and Montgomery, Ala.