How does it work? Georgia law allows absentee voting by mail and in-person. Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, all Georgia residents are in the process of receiving applications for absentee ballots in the mail from the Georgia Secretary of State. If you wish to vote in the primary, simply fill out the form, put a stamp on it, and mail it in. If you don't have a stamp, you can e-mail the form to a local election office. Click here to view a fillable pdf of the Georgia Application for Official Absentee Ballot.
The last day to register in Georgia to vote in the June 9, 2020 Primary Election is May 11, 2020. Get Registered or Check Your Status!
In Georgia, once a person has completed all of the terms of their felony sentence, Georgia automatically restores the person’s voting rights. All ex-felons need to do is to register to vote. Watch the video Ex-Felons Can Vote in Georgia. Get Registered or Check Your Status!