Poll worker DeCarlos Bennett lays out voting stickers at Grady High School in preparation for the primary runoff election, Tuesday, July 26, 2016, in Atlanta. BRANDEN CAMP/SPECIAL

Where (and when) to vote early in Gwinnett

Plenty is on the line in the Nov. 8 election

There's the whole Trump-Clinton thing and, specifically in Gwinnett, voters will decide plenty — Charlotte Nash's future as county chairman and the fate of a 1 percent sales tax included.

That said: Who's got time for lines? And where can you vote early?

Where else can I early vote in Gwinnett County?

Beginning Oct. 24, Gwinnett will open two more locations at the Pierce Park Community Recreation Center in Suwanee and the Lenora Park activity room in Snellville.

On Oct. 29 and throughout the week of Oct. 31, Gwinnett voters can also cast their early ballots at seven satellite locations. 

Those early voting locations are in: 

• Buford: Bogan Park Community Recreation Center, 2723 North Bogan Road

• Dacula: Dacula Park Activity Building, 2735 Auburn Avenue

• Duluth: Shorty Howell Park Activity Building, 2750 Pleasant Hill Road

• Norcross: Lucky Shoals Park Community Recreation Center, 4651 Britt Road

• Snellville: Lenora Park Acitivty Room, 4515 Lenora Church Road

• Stone Mountain: Mountain Park Activity Building, 1063 Rockbridge Road

• Suwanee: George Pierce Park Community Recreation Center, 55 Buford Highway

Voting at the satellite locations will be held from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Not sure if you're registered to vote? Click here and enter your information to find out.

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