There will be 12 places where voters in Fulton County can vote early ahead of the July 24 runoff election. Early polls will be open from July 2 to July 20.

July 2018 Election: Here’s where you can vote early in Fulton County

July is another election month in Fulton County, but you don’t have to wait until July 24 to cast your ballot.

The county, in a press release, has announced 12 early voting locations, stretching from College Park to Milton. This is a runoff election, and among what will be voted on is the Republican nomination for governor.

Polls for early voting will open on July 2 and stay open through July 20. From opening day to July 17, the polls will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. On July 14 they will close at 5 p.m. and from July 16-20 they will close at 7 p.m.

Polls are closed on July 4.

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Here’s where you can vote early:

• Alpharetta Branch Library, 10 Park Plaza, Alpharetta 30009

• Buckhead Library, 269 Buckhead Avenue, NE Atlanta 30305

• College Park, Library 3647 Main Street, College Park 30337

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

• Fulton County Government, Center 130 Peachtree Street, SW Atlanta 30303

• Milton Library, 855 Mayfield Road, Milton 30009

• North Fulton Service, Center (Room 232), 7741 Roswell Road, NE, Sandy Springs 30350

• Northside Library, 3295 Northside Parkway, NW, Atlanta 30327

• Ponce De Leon Library, 980 Ponce De Leon Avenue, NE, Atlanta 30306

• Robert E. Fulton Ocee Library, 5090 Abbotts Bridge Road, Johns Creek 30005

• Roswell Branch Library, 115 Norcross Street, Roswell 30075

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

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This election is a runoff from the one that took place in May. There’s just one non-partisan decision on the ballot for Fulton County voters, deciding between Kevin Farmer and Fani Willis for the next judge of Superior Court of the Atlanta Judicial Circuit.

On the Republican ballot, voters will pick candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and secretary of state to advance to the general election in November. Casey Cagle and Brian Kemp are jockeying for the Republican nomination for governor, Geoff Duncan and David Shafer are competing for the lieutenant governor nomination, and David Belle Isle and Brad Raffensperger are vying for votes in the secretary of state race.

For Democrat voters, they’ll pick between Kevin Abel and Lucy McBath to advance to the U.S. 6th District Congressional race against Republican incumbent Karen Handel. They’ll also pick a Democratic nominee for state school superintendent, deciding between Sid Chapman and Otha E. Thornton Jr.

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