Will Advance Voting be available for all elections?
Yes, Advance Voting will be available in the Board of Elections Office beginning 21 days prior to all federal and state elections, and also on the 2nd Saturday prior to all federal and state elections. For municipal elections, Advance Voting will begin 21 days prior to the date of the election. Advance Voting will be available as soon as possible prior to the date of the special election. Saturday voting will not generally be available for municipal and special elections.

In busy elections, during the last week of Advance Voting the Board of Elections may choose to open additional sites for Advance Voting and has developed a policy pertaining to establishing any additional sites. You may contact the Board of Elections Office for additional information at 478-625-8357.

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1. How do I register to vote, and what are the qualifications?
2. I am registered to vote but unsure of where my polling place is located. Where can I find this information?
3. Are sample ballots available prior to the election?
4. Am I required to show identification when I vote?
5. I've recently moved. Am I still eligible to vote at my old precinct?
6. I recently moved. How do I change my address?
7. How do I get a Precinct Card?
8. Will Advance Voting be available for all elections?
9. What happens if I do not have any identification with me at the polling place?
10. How do I get a free Georgia Voter Identification Card?
11. What time will the polls open and close on Election Day?
12. When is the best time to go to the polls to avoid having to wait in long lines?
13. Are special considerations made for elderly and disabled voters who are physically unable to stand in line at the polls?
14. Is my employer required to grant me time off to vote?
15. Can I take my child to the polls with me?
16. Can I wear a campaign button into the polling place?
17. As a first time voter I'm not sure of how to operate a voting machine. Will there be someone at the polling place to answer any questions I might have?
18. What is the difference between a special election, a primary election, and a general election?
19. I'm curious about the results of previous Georgia elections. Where can I find more information?
20. Where can I get more information about qualifying for office?
21. What is a provisional ballot?
22. How are provisional ballots counted?
23. If I show up at the wrong polling place on Election Day can I vote a provisional ballot there, or do I have to go to my own polling place to vote on Election Day?