People wait in line for Saturday early voting at the C.T. Martin Natatorium and Recreation Center in Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday, May 12, 2018. (REANN HUBER/REANN.HUBER@AJC.COM)

Having problems voting in Georgia? Let us know

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is partnering with the national Electionland project to monitor any problems with this year’s election, from long lines to voter registration issues.

Georgia voters may report obstacles to voting either online or through cellphone apps as part of Electionland, a collaboration of  newsrooms around the country working to involve more people in finding election difficulties.

We’re looking for problems including purged voter registrations, malfunctioning voting machines, incorrect ballots, voter intimidation and changed voting locations.

Voters will be the key sources of information about challenges to casting a ballot in Georgia, and their tips will result in news articles shining light on these problems.

You can sign up to participate and report tips through your phone or computer:

  • Send a text message with the word “VOTE” or “VOTA” (for Spanish language) to 81380
  • Use Facebook Messenger by visiting
  • Send a Tweet to @electionland.
  • Use WhatsApp by sending the word “VOTE” or “VOTA” (for Spanish language) to 1-850-909-8683.

In-person early voting begins across Georgia on Monday, and Election Day is Nov. 6.

Georgia voters can report any problems they encounter when trying to vote in this year's elections.

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