Aside from the international pandemic, this is the first time voters are using new election equipment in 18 years.
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Fulton adds two new polling places for last week of early voting

Fulton County has opened two voting locations to the last week of early voting ahead of Election Day on June 9.

Because of COVID-19 and a mix of state and county decisions, Fulton has had a challenging presidential primary election that has seen long socially distanced lines that resulted in waits of up to  four hours, a backlog of absentee ballot applications (then some were missed) and an elections employee (62-year-old grandmother Beverly Walker) dying from the coronavirus disease.

The county extended both the opening and closing hours of polls, and has added COVID-19 testing to multiple locations.


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But on Monday, county elections officials added Roswell Library and College Park Library to the list.

Here’s the list of Fulton early voting locations as of Monday:

• Alpharetta Library
10 Park Plaza
Alpharetta, Ga. 30009

• College Park Library (added June 1)
3647 Main St.
College Park, Ga. 30337

• C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center
3201 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive SW
Atlanta, Ga. 30311

• Garden Hills Elementary School Gymnasium
285 Sheridan Drive
Atlanta, Ga. 30305

• Roswell Library (added June 1)
115 Norcross St.
Roswell, Ga. 30075 

• Sandy Springs Library
395 Mount Vernon Highway NE
Sandy Springs, Ga. 30328

• South Fulton Service Center
5600 Stonewall Tell Road
College Park, Ga. 30349

• Wolf Creek Library (added May 27)
3100 Enon Road
Atlanta, Ga. 30331 

Elections staff suggest taking a look at the lengthy ballot beforehand.


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Early voting registrations have been mailed to voters.

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