Besides for containing your registration information, the name and address of your precinct and a link to the early voting location for your county, the portal also has information on the following: Your US Congressional District, your Georgia Senate District and Georgia House District, with links to each of those persons' official web pages. You can email it to, Poll workers to receive more PPE from the state before November election, Georgia to launch online portal for voters to request absentee ballots, Ballot drop boxes seen as a way to bypass the post office, Coronavirus worries force election officials to get creative, Judge orders Georgia to extend deadline for absentee ballots, 'We've made it very easy to vote': Georgia Secretary of State on voter access in November election, Central Georgia poll workers needed ahead of November election, Georgia State Election Board refers 98 voter fraud cases to state attorney general, Meet the two Houston County District Attorney candidates, 'Learning experience': Explaining the absentee ballot process, Meet the two candidates running for Post 5 on the Houston County Commission, Macon-Bibb commission approves voting changes resolution, Jones County Sheriff candidates detail priorities ahead of election, Meet Dublin Judicial Circuit District Attorney candidate Adriane Love. Sign up Here, I sent for my Absentee ballot a month ago and I didn’t get it for a long time so I sent for another one one came the other day not I sent the one back and now it’s saying that it’s been denied because I asked for more than one absentee ballot what should I do now. GPB is committed to bringing you comprehensive news coverage from Georgia, across the country and around the world. OR you have to cancel in person at the Clerks office and vote in person. The application is a PDF form, which may be filled out online before printing it out or may be printed out as a blank form to be filled out by hand. The ‘drop box’ for Greene County is simply a small mailbox affixed high on the wall INSIDE the elections office and is available to voters only when the elections office is open during regular office hours, M-F. Until just weeks ago, the elections office also closed from 12-1 for lunch. Links to a full list of qualified candidates in the upcoming election (along with the last several elections) are also provided, as well as a sample ballot. Where and what time early voting locations are open is determined by county officials. As the day progressed, the lines were still there but the check-in and voting process times improved, allowing more people to vote more quickly – just not as efficiently as other places. The USPS has already reportedly warned several states that mail-in ballot deadlines may be too tight to meet delivery standards. If you have any questions about the upcoming election or where to vote, please contact the Elections Office at or 706-864-6279. You can also contact your local elections office. These polling places also serve some of the largest amounts of voters in the state, with over 21,000 eligible to vote in Lumpkin County, almost 20,000 at the Coweta County poll and upwards of 16,000 that could have voted at the Coffee County location. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your account. Close to 300 voters were in line at the Atlanta restaurant/event venue before polls even opened, so even with poll workers processing 150 people an hour, it would still take that 300th person two hours to get to the front of the line. - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about. Also, more people voted on election day at my polling place than during the early voting period, which certainly could have contributed to the bigger wait time. All Rights Reserved. USPS said voters should mail it a full week before the due date, to guarantee it’ll arrive on time. Bartow County Board of Elections and Voter Registration, 1300 Joe Frank Harris Pkwy., Cartersville, GA 30120, Allatoona Resource Center, 6503 Glade Rd., Acworth, GA 30102. Using poll pad check-in data from the secretary of state’s office, an absentee voter file, precinct-level demographic data and an updated list of emergency polling place changes painstakingly compiled over several months, GPB News created a comprehensive dataset of who voted where and how long it took for the June 9 primary.