General Primary Election Runoff is Tuesday, June 21, 2022

Georgia voters will be asked in June to head back to the polls for a runoff vote to choose candidates for Federal, state, and local representation on the November 8 General Election ballot. All voters are encouraged to take the time to research candidates running for office and ask them questions about their policy strategies and priorities. To participate in the June 21 Runoff for the General Primary, you must have been registered to vote by May 23, 2022.

 

Learn About the Candidates' Priorities

Many different media outlets and nonprofit groups equip voters with tools and background to assist in making informed choices by providing information on political candidates, including general qualifications and an assessment of each candidate’s understanding of and commitment to key issues facing the community at large. Search online for information from trusted sources.

 

Georgia My Voter Page

Across the state, many voters have been assigned to new congressional and local districts after Georgia's General Assembly approved redistricting. You can confirm your polling place and which races/referenda will be on your ballot by visiting the Secretary of State’s My Voter Page at mvp.sos.ga.gov.

CHECK YOUR VOTER INFO

 

Absentee Ballots

The requirements have changed recently about how to apply for and receive permission to vote absentee. The last day to request an absentee ballot for the General Primary is June 10, 2022.

REQUEST YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT HERE

 

For Newly-Eligible Georgia Voters

April 25, 2022 was the last day for a person to register and be eligible to vote in the May 24 General Primary that precipitated the June 21 runoff. October 11, 2022 is the last day for a person to register and be eligible to vote in the November 8 General Election.

VIEW THE 2022 GEORGIA ELECTIONS CALENDAR

 

Time to Vote

Many local employers are offering options for the first time for workers to formally take time off to vote. Across the state, some 60 employers signed on with Time to Vote, a nonpartisan cause that promotes early voting access and paid time off to vote or volunteer with polling.