Advance voting locations open at the Community Achievement Center on Flat Shoals Parkway, the Clark Harrison Building on Ponce de Leon Ave in Decatur, the Recreation Center on La Vista Road and Chamblee City Hall on Peachtree Road.
They join the polls at the DeKalb Elections office on Memorial Drive which has been open since July 9.
All six locations open weekdays through July 27 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The last Saturday poll will be July 21. Voters can cast ballots at any of the early voting election. There will be no early polls on July 30.
On election day, the polls are open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and voters must cat ballots at their assigned polling precinct.
Through the ninth day of voting, 6,069 voters had cast ballots in the general primary, nonpartisan and special elections, including the referendums for the Transportation Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax. The total votes include 2,622 absentee ballots received by mail and 2,420 voters who used the ADA Accessible-Only Absentee Poll for seniors and disabled voters who need a little room to maneuver wheelchairs and walkers.
For more information about early voting and the ADA Accessible Polling Place, visit www.dekalbvotes.com.
Voters also can locate their precinct, a sample ballot and other information at the My Voter Page at http://mvp.sos.state.ga.us/ and select their DeKalb before inputting their names and address.
To vote early and on election day, voters must have one of six acceptable forms of identification – a Georgia driver’s license, which can be expired; state or federal photo ID; a valid U.S. passport; governmental employee ID; U.S. military photo ID; or tribal photo ID.
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