Voter registration deadline is Oct. 11. How to register to vote in Georgia
In-person early voting begins Oct. 17. Saturday early voting will be available Oct. 22 and Oct. 29. Some counties may offer Sunday early voting on Oct. 23 and Oct. 30.
Absentee ballots may be requested until Oct. 28. Georgia law now limits drop boxes locations for completed ballots. They are located at in-person early voting locations that close the Friday before election day. Completed absentee ballots must be received by election officials before polls close on Election Day on Nov. 8.
DEBATES: Oct. 14: U.S. Senate Debate hosted by WSAV. Oct. 16, 17, 18: Atlanta Press Club Loudermilk-Young Debate Series for state and federal election debates.
A look at the top races on the Georgia 2022 ballot
Governor: Republican Brian Kemp is seeking a second term. He faces Democrat Stacey Abrams, a former legislator and a national voting rights activist. RELATED: Where the candidates for governor stand on the issues.
U.S. Senate: Democrat U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock, who won a special election in 2021 to succeed Republican U.S. Sen Kelly Loeffler, is running for a full six-year term. He faces Republican Herschel Walker, a former University of Georgia football star.
Lieutenant governor: Republican Geoff Duncan is not seeking reelection. Candidates include Democrats Charlie Bailey, Republican Burt Jones and Libertarian Ryan Graham.
Secretary of state: The incumbent is Republican Brad Raffensperger, whose first term included a high-profile role in 2020 as supporters of Donald Trump attempted to overturn the presidential election in Georgia. He faces Democratic candidate include Bee Nguyen. a member of the State House. RELATED: GOP hopeful for Georgia election chief campaigns on 2020 denial
Attorney general: Republican Chris Carr has drawn a challenge from Democrat Jen Jordan, a state senator from Sandy Springs and Libertarian Martin Cowen, a retired probate judge and attorney who lives in Jonesboro.
Congress: With a new congressional map following redistricting, all 14 congressional seats in Georgia are on the ballot.
Georgia Legislature: The 180 members of the state House and 56 members of the state Senate serve two-year terms, so all seats are on the ballot.