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Why I Vote ATL

Go Vote, Y'all

Your vote matters, and it's never been more important to make your voice heard. Whether you’re voting by mail, early in-person or on election day, we’ve got you covered. Bookmark this page for key election reminders, voting resources and social media content you can share with your friends.

Upcoming Runoff Election Dates

Reminder: Registered voters can participate in early voting for the Jan. 5 runoff starting Dec. 14

Voter Resources

View Your Sample Ballot

Before heading to the polls, make sure you know which candidates will be on your ballot and what issues you're supporting. View your sample ballot here.

Find Your Polling Place

Find your polling place or early voting location here

Request an Absentee Ballot

Want to vote by mail? The deadline to request an absentee ballot is October 30, and the deadline to return your absentee ballot is November 3 by 7:00 p.m. Request an absentee ballot here

Vote In Person

If you are planning to vote in person, here’s what you need to bring. 

You Voted! YAY!

Spread The Word

Don’t wait, vote early and share this downloadable sticker on social media using #WhyIVoteATL and #Vote2020. Click the link below to access other graphics to share on your social media, including key election dates, IG stories and more.

I vote because justice requires action and our lives depend on it.
[ Adina Greenidge, ACLU of Georgia ]
I vote to elect compassionate, honest and thoughtful leaders who want to serve their communities. I vote because the stakes are too high not to.
[ Mike Walbert, ATl Branch ]
I vote to help elect leaders who will stand up for the issues that matter most to my community and generate lasting social change.
[ Paige Manieri, ACLU of Georgia ]
I vote for those who can’t. I vote for my daughters and future generations. I vote to support public schools and the future of Atlanta.
[ Mary-Kate Starkel, redefinED atlanta ]
As a Black man and product of working-class immigrant parents, my vote moves us closer to real justice, opportunity and freedom for ALL.
[ Phil Olaleye, Next Gen ATL ]
I vote to be the change. As a first-generation college graduate, I vote to support everyone;s pursuit of the American dream through access to higher education.
[ Alex Villanueva, Hispanic Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs. ]
As an immigrant, I vote for my parents. I vote to honor sacrifices and determination to ensure my voice and my vote matter.
[ Ana Urrego, Hispanic Young Professionals & Entrepreneurs (HYPE) ]
I vote to stand up for the oppressed and disenfranchised and to hold up the American promise of justice for all.
[ Ariel Fristoe, Equitable Dinners ]
I vote in reverence to my father and all those who fought so hard for my right to vote.
[ Jeanette McWillams, Savannah College of Art and Design ]
I vote to have a positive impact on my community and the nation
[ Taylor Hartshorn, Georgia Automobile Dealers Association ]
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