Linda Latimore, DeKalb Voter Registration and Elections director, said she is anticipating voter turnout of about 35 percent.
She said Monday that she was urging voters to identify their polling stations now and not wait until Tuesday.
"Anybody who is not sure about their polling place, call us now," she said Monday. "We don't want you to go to the wrong place on Tuesday and be frustrated."
Voters can also find their polling station at www.sos.state.ga.us/cgi-bin/locator.asp or at https://dklbweb.dekalbga.org/voter/ or by calling 404-373-2236 or 404-298-4020.
Because of a temporary restraining order issued on Friday by Superior Court Judge Melvin Westmoreland barring the implementation of Georgia's new Photo ID law, voters are back to using any of 17 forms of identification or signing a sworn statement affirming their identifies.
Through Friday, the DeKalb Voter Registration and Elections office had mailed 8,923 absentee ballots. Latimore said Democrats had returned 2,235 and Republicans, 1,414.
In addition, 571 voters had cast absentee ballots in person at the DeKalb Elections office at 4380 Memorial Drive in Decatur.