Election Day is Tuesday, November 2, 2021

City of Atlanta residents will elect a mayor, Council President and at-large City Council representatives. 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 General Election, you must be registered to vote by October 4, 2021.

 

Learn About the Candidates' Priorities

The Committee for a Better Atlanta equips voters with tools 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.

LEARN ABOUT THE CANDIDATES

The Center for Civic Innovation has compiled need-to-know information about mayoral, city council and school board candidates and lists opportunities to meet the candidates and make your voice heard.

GET TO KNOW THE CANDIDATES + SHOW UP

 

Georgia My Voter Page

Check your voter registration info, get info on your in-person polling site or the status of your absentee ballot application, view a sample ballot and more.

CHECK YOUR VOTER INFO

 

Request Your Absentee Ballot

This portal is for eligible voters to request an absentee ballot for the General Election from the Fulton County Department of Registration and Elections. Absentee ballot applications must be submitted by October 22, 2021. 

REQUEST YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT

 

Fulton County Dropbox Locations

This page shows where Fulton County registered voters can securely drop off their absentee ballot inside a designated early voting site during specific hours.

FIND A NEARBY BALLOT BOX

 

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.