Early voting begins Monday ahead of the Georgia general election

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Credit: Alyssa Pointer / Alyssa.Pointer@ajc.com

Some counties are posting information about wait times for early voting

Three weeks of in-person early voting begins Monday, allowing voters to pick a day that fits their schedule.

Each of Georgia’s 159 counties has at least one early voting location, and there are dozens scattered around metro Atlanta. In Fulton County alone, there are 30 early voting sites, including State Farm Arena, the High Museum of Art and the Georgia International Convention Center in College Park.

Early voting is also available on a Saturday, on Oct. 24. The final day of in-person early voting is Oct. 30. Times and locations vary depending on each location’s availability.

You must vote at a location in the county where you are registered.

Wait times: How long are the lines?

After early voting began, some metro Atlanta counties began posting updates to let voters know how long the lines are and estimated wait times. Use these links to check wait times in Cobb, DeKalb, Forsyth, Fulton and Gwinnett counties:

Cobb County voting wait times

DeKalb County voting wait times

Forsyth County voting wait times

Fulton County voting wait times

Gwinnett County voting wait times

To find hours and locations for your county, visit the Secretary of State Georgia My Voter page or one of the county links below.

County elections offices with early voting information

Clayton County

Cobb County

DeKalb County

Fulton County

Gwinnett County

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