How To Vote

Three Ways To Cast A Ballot

You have three ways to cast a ballot:

​​​​​​Early Voting in person

Absentee Voting by mail or drop box

Election Day Voting at your polling place

Early Voting

Georgia voters have three weeks before Election Day for early voting, including two Saturdays. Your county can also offer voting on Sunday. Runoffs have a shorter period for early voting. 

You can vote at any early voting location in your county. Find one that is convenient for you by visiting your My Voter Page >>


To look up early voting locations by county use our Advance Voting Location Information search >> (optimized for desktop only)


Absentee Voting

Election Day Voting

You can vote in person on Election Day from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m. at your assigned polling place. If you are in line by 7 p.m., you will still be allowed to vote.

Find your assigned polling place on My Voter Page.

You’ll need a government-issued photo ID to verify your identity.  Visit the Georgia Voter Identification Requirements page for more information regarding acceptable forms of identification.

Provisional Ballot Voting Guide

A provisional ballot is a paper ballot used by a voter when their eligibility to vote cannot be determined at the polling place. Voters who declare they are registered and eligible to vote in the county in which they desire to vote, but whose names do not appear on the registration list, must be permitted to cast a provisional ballot. If you have a good faith belief you are properly registered in your county, you have the right to vote a provisional ballot. The provisional ballot will count if your eligibility can be determined within three days after Election Day by your County Registrar’s office.

Learn more about Provisional Ballot Voting in Georgia here: Provisional Ballot Voting Guide 2022

Online Voter Registration

You can use this system to:

  • Check and see if you are registered to vote
  • Register to vote
  • Make changes to your current registration record

OLVR - Georgia Online Voter Registration >>

MVP - My Voter Page

My Voter Page (MVP) provides a web-based search of data extracted from Georgia’s statewide voter registration database. It is NOT the official record of your registration, which is retained by the voter registration office in the county of your residence.

Georgia My Voter Page >>



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