Everything you need to know about how to vote by mail this election year in Georgia is listed for you below.
The State of Georgia allows absentee voting by mail and in-person. No excuse is required to vote before election day. Georgia law allows for absentee by mail ballots to be requested up to 180 days before an election.
To request an absentee ballot, voters should complete an absentee ballot application and return the absentee ballot application to their county registration office. Absentee ballot applications can be returned by mail, fax, email (as an attachment), or in-person to the local County Board of Registrar’s Office.
Now that you know what to do, lets talk about how to do it.
Find out if you are registered to vote in Georgia by clicking on the first link below labeled, "Am I Registered to Vote in Georgia".
If you are registered to vote in Georgia; click on the second link below labeled, "Absentee Ballot Application Form" to get the latest copy of Georgia's absentee ballot application.
Once you're finished filling out your form, click on the third link below labeled, "List of Georgia's Registrars Offices" to find the office nearest you.