What's going on in
There are two U.S. Senate Run-off races in
Geogia happening on January 5th.
what's at stake?
Senate Majority. If the Democrats can win both races, they will take the Senate Majority, which will allow President Elect Biden and Vice President Elect Harris to accomplish even more over the next four years and impact our country for even more years to come!
Senate Run-off Election
WHO CAN VOTE?
Be a citizen of the United States
Be a legal resident of the county
If you are 17 now, but will be 18 by or on January 5th, 2021, you will be eligible to vote in this run-off
Not be serving a sentence for conviction of a felony involving moral turpitude
Have not been found mentally incompetent by a judge
Visit this site to check your:
Voter registration status
Mail-in application & ballot status
Early Voting locations
Provisional Ballot Status
WHAT WILL I NEED TO VOTE?
To register directly with the State of Georgia
You will need an ID in order to vote, one of the following will work:
If you are a student attending a public Georgia University or College, you can use your Student ID to vote.
Georgia Drivers License or Georgia ID
VOTER IDENTIFICATION NUMBER. Federal law requires you to provide your full GA Drivers License number or GA State issued ID number. If you do not have a GA Drivers License or GA ID you must provide the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. Providing your full Social Security number is optional. Your Social Security number will be kept confidential and may be used for comparison with other state agency databases for voter registration identification purposes. If you do not possess a GA Drivers License or Social Security number please check the appropriate box and a unique identifier will be provided for you.
What is considered "acceptable"
Current GA Identification: Drivers License/Drivers Permit/State ID (does NOT have to be less than 60 days old). You must bring a form of ID to vote anyway!
If you don't have a GA ID, and plan to use another form of ID, like an out of state drivers license, or a passport, you must bring another document to prove your current address. Examples of documents must show your name, current Georgia address, and must be less than 60 days old.
Copy of GA utility bill
Copy of Bank Statement
Copy of Government check
Copy of Paycheck
Copy of Other government document
If you have any questions, contact your county registrar's office.
What if I moved?
If you moved outside the county in which you are registered to vote within 30 days of an election you can still vote in your old precinct for that election.
For College Students:
If you have a Georgia Driver’s License or State ID issued by Georgia, but are attending an out-of-state college you can vote in that election via absentee ballot (double-check state website)
Grassroots Georgia Based Voter Registration Organizations:
Advocacy, Legal Resources and Civil Rights
Urban League of Greater Atlanta
Resources provided by @theyseebluegeorgia, @isbconsulting and @anadzhz