Early voting continues through July 20 for Georgia's July 24 primary election runoffs.

Saturday voting happens this weekend in metro Atlanta

Last chance for weekend voting before the July 24 primary runoff election, including the GOP governor’s race

With Election Day now less than two weeks off, some metro Atlanta counties will offer Saturday voting this weekend, marking the last weekend voting for the July 24 primary runoff election.

Most metro counties will have at least one early voting location open on Saturday. One exception is Gwinnett County, which has no weekend early voting on Saturday..

After this weekend, there are five more days for in-person early voting, beginning Monday, July 16. The last day of early voting is Friday, July 20. Use the links below to find early voting locations and times in your county. You can also visit the Georgia Elections office My Voter Page.

RELATED: Update on early voting turnout for the July 24 runoff

The races on the runoff ballot will select the party nominees for a small number of races in which no candidate received more than 50 percent of the vote. These include the Republican candidates for governor, lieutenant governor and secretary of state. State runoffs for Democrats include State School Superintendent, and two Congressional races, 6th District and 7th District.

Early voting information for metro Atlanta counties:

Cherokee County

Clayton County

Cobb County

DeKalb County

Gwinnett County 

New in Gwinnett: Ballots now available in Spanish

Henry County

North Fulton

Atlanta and South Fulton

Forsyth County

Find info for another Georgia county

More information: 

See a list of races on the runoff ballot July 24

Visit PoliticallyGeorgia.com for full coverage of Georgia’s key races. 

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