Presidential and Local Primary Election Day in Georgia
Georgia has postponed its presidential primary election to June 9. That date was already scheduled for state and local primary races, including the race for one U.S. Senate seat. If you already voted in the presidential primary in March, that vote counts, and you will need to vote again for the remaining May races. If you did not vote yet, your May ballot will contain all the races.
For the first time ever, Georgia’s secretary of state will mail absentee ballot applications, i.e., request forms, to all active Georgia voters. Learn how to submit your absentee ballot on the Emory Votes Initiative website.