There are a few ways to have your vote counted in Georgia: Mailed-in absentee ballots, early in-personn voting and voting on Election Day.

3 ways to vote in Georgia’s 2018 election

Voting on Election Day is just one way for Georgians to participate in this year’s elections for governor and other offices.

Voters can also cast their ballots by mail or in-person at early voting locations.

Voting by mail has already begun, and in-person early voting starts across Georgia on Oct. 15. Election Day is Nov. 6, when voters will report to their neighborhood precincts.

The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, Oct. 9.

Please read more elections coverage at PoliticallyGeorgia.com and AJC.com.

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