There’s a few ways voters can get an absentee ballot, but the request must be made by Nov. 2 and turned in no later than 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.
Photo: GREG LYNCH/FILE
Photo: GREG LYNCH/FILE

Fulton County voters: Here’s how to get an absentee ballot for November

Do you have a vacation planned for early November?

Don’t worry. You can vote ahead of the Nov. 6 election.

Fulton County sent out information Monday detailing how voters can fill out an absentee ballot.

There’s a few ways to do this, but the request for an absentee ballot must be made by Nov. 2, and turned in no later than 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

To get an absentee ballot, voters can fax a written letter of request to 404-612-3697, email a request to elections.absentee@fultoncountyga.gov, download a printable version of an absentee ballot at fultonelections.com, or call 404-612-7060 to have a ballot mailed to you.


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Voters can also mail a letter of request to: Absentee Ballot, 130 Peachtree St. SW, Suite 2186, Atlanta, GA 30303.

A request letter should include the name and date of the election, the voter’s name, address, date of birth and the voter’s signature. Voters can also request an absentee ballot in-person at the North Fulton Service Center, the South Fulton Service Center or the Fulton County Government Center.

In the upcoming election, voters across Georgia will elect a new governor, a new Lt. Governor, a new secretary of state, and several other state, local and municipal posts. In Milton, a new member will be voted to the city council.

For more information about absentee voting, voter registration and the upcoming 2018 General Election, log on to www.fultonelections.com or call 404-612-7020.



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