Early IN-Person Voting Starts Monday, May 9. (Scroll down to #2 for days, time, and locations.)
See below for WHO we are voting for and HOW to vote!
WHO are we voting for in the June 9 elections:
- Local Non-Partison elections for ACC Commissioner and Board of Education, like my VoteMyers race for District 8 Commissioner to represent the Eastside in City Hall. Whoever wins this election will become District 8 commissioner in January 2021
- Presidential primary, postposed from March 24, but only if you did not early vote in that race.
- Local partisan primary elections like the race for SHERIFF. John Q. Williams and Ira Edwards are running as Democrats. Whoever wins that race, will run again the Republican nominee Robert Hare, who has no competition for the Republican spot.
- State primary races for U.S. Senate and other positions. Whoever wins, will be on the ballot in November.
- Various other partisan and non-partisan races, for example, for judge and public service commissioner.
- Go to Voter Page at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov and fill in your information on the right of the page to get to a SAMPLE BALLOT specifically for you.
3 OPTIONS FOR HOW TO VOTE:
1. Vote absentee ballot. Everyone is eligible to use an absentee ballot. You should have already received your absentee ballot application in the mail. If not, contact ACC’s Board of Elections at 706-613-3150 or at www.athensclarkecounty.com/160/Board-of-Elections or to request one. When your absentee ballot arrives, follow the instructions and mail it back. Absentee ballots must be received by ACC’s Board of Elections before June 9, 2020. So, don’t wait to return your ballot!
2. Advance in-person voting. May 18 – May 31, vote early in-person weekdays 8 am to 5 pm at the Board of Elections office at 155 E. Washington St. in downtown Athens, or on Sat., May 30, 9 am – 4 pm or Sun. May, 31, 12 – 3 pm. Closed on Mon., May 25. June 1-5, 8-5:30 pm (Wed, 8 – 7 pm), Board of Elections office, . Athens-Clarke Public Library, 2025 Baxter St.; June 1 – 5, 10:30- 5:30 pm (Wed., June 3, 10:30 am – 7 pm). Miriam Moore Community Service Center, 410 McKinley Dr. and Athens-Clarke Cooperative Extension office, 275 Cleveland Rd.
3.In-person at a local polling place on election day. For updates about polling locations, check ACC’s Board of Elections website at www.athensclarkecounty.com/160/Board-of-Elections.
You can check your voter registration status or register to vote at the Georgia My Voter Page at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov.