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Georgia General Election 2021

ElectionRegistration DeadlineElection DayTime
GA General Runoff ElectionOctober 4, 2021November 30th, 20217am to 7 pm
Early Voting for GA General Runoff Election October 4, 2021November 17, 2021- November 24, 2021Fulton Weekdays: 9am-6pm. Fulton Weekend Voting: 9am to 6pm. DeKalb Weekdays: 8am to 6pm, Saturday 9am to 6pm & Sunday 12am to 5pm.
Request Your Absentee Ballot for the General ElectionsNow - November 19, 2021 Absentee ballots must be return to the Electoral office by November 30th, 2021
Information Source: Georgia Secretary of State

Offices on the Ballot

Offices on the Ballot 2020Description
MayorPresides over all meetings of the council, generally insuring that city departments run smoothly, helping to build a sense of community, and providing leadership and services to municipal citizens. The Mayor also signs contracts, ordinances and other instruments executed by the governing body.
City Council MembersThey are empower to make policy decisions and to approve ordinances, resolutions, and other local legislation to govern the health, welfare, comfort, and safety of the city’s residents.
President of the United StatesServes as the head of state and head of government of the United States of America, and Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces.
U.S SenateThey have the power on agreeing to treaties and confirming federal officials like Supreme Court Justices. They help create, and debate on the passing of new laws.
Georgia SenateThey approve budgets and propose and pass laws before the Governor signs them. It is the "upper" house of the state legislature. There are 56 senators in Georgia Click Here to meet the current Georgia Senators
U.S House of RepresentativesHas the right to initiate impeachment proceedings and to originate revenue bills.
Georgia House of RepresentativesEach district has a number and represents an area or district in Georgia. These districts elect a representative to vote or lead on bills that will benefit their community, approve budgets, and oversee that the Governor does his or her job. A representative serves those who live in his or her district. There are 180 representatives in Georgia. Click Here to meet the current Georgia Representatives
Tax CommissionerCollects property taxes, preparation of the County digest, billing, accounting and disbursements.
State Supreme Court PositionsIt serves as the final arbiter of the law.
State HouseHouse Representatives introduce bills and resolutions, offer amendments and serve on committees.
SheriffHe is the chief law enforcement officer in a county.
Georgia School Boards PositionsThe board ensures excellence in the governance of local school systems by providing leadership, advocacy and services.
Georgia Court of Appeals justicesIt is the statewide appellate jurisdiction of all cases except those involving constitutional questions, and murder.
District attorney They have the power to bring offenders charged with crimes to justice and enforce the criminal law.
Clerk of superior courtThis elected official maintains court records, administer oaths to witnesses and jurors, and authenticate copies of the court's orders.
Board of education districts positionsThey oversee and manage a public school district's affairs, personnel, and properties.
Board of CommissionersThey have the responsibility of providing a system of local government services designed to protect the health, safety, and welfare of their citizens.