People wait in a long line to vote at the Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration office in Marietta Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018. STEVE SCHAEFER / SPECIAL TO THE AJC
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Voter information: How to learn more about constitutional amendments on the Georgia ballot Nov. 6.

The AJC has written a guide, and the Georgia Elections office has one, too.

The Georgia Elections Office has prepared a printable version of the constitutional amendments that are on the ballots statewide in Georgia on Nov. 6.

The AJC has its own guide that explains the five statewide constitutional amendments and two additional state ballot questions. The AJC guide has a format that includes an explanation of “what the amendment would do” for each of the questions.

The Georgia Elections Office guide was created as required by state law, according to an announcement of it by the Secretary of State’s office. The guide includes the text of each amendment, with additional information about it from the Georgia Legislature. 

Here are two ways to get the amendments guide from the Georgia Elections Office:

Open or download the guide as a PDF

Go to Secretary of State Elections Office page where the guide is linked


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