Max Burns for State Senate

Absentee and Early Voting

The  coronavirus outbreak has affected our schools, businesses, health care  systems, travel and daily lives. For those voters who are worried about  exposure to COVID-19 at their polling location, you are able to vote  absentee by mail. Georgia voters will still have the opportunity to  utilize in-person early voting options or vote in-person on the June 9th  General Primary Election, as it is required by Georgia law. Election  officials are taking every precaution to allow Georgians to vote  in-person safely and confidently by providing sanitary supplies to keep  polling locations clean and training poll workers on effective social  distancing measures.

EARLY VOTING

Starting May 18, 2020, Georgia voters are able to in-person early voting for the June 9th General Primary Election. Early voting locations and times are established by each local County Board of Registrar’s Office. 


Click on the link below for locations and times for Early Voting for counties in Georgia’s 23rd Senate District.

COMING SOON: SATURDAY VOTING

Saturday, May 30, 2020, Georgia voters are able to in-person early voting for the June 9th General Primary Election. Saturday voting locations and times are established by each local County Board of Registrar’s Office.


Click on the link below for locations and times for Saturday's Early Voting for counties in Georgia’s 23rd Senate District.

Absentee Ballot Voting

Georgia  law allows for voters to request absentee by mail ballots up to 180  days before an election. However, Georgia election officials are  mailing an absentee ballot request form to all active Georgia voters for  the June 9th General Primary Election only. Any voter who chooses to  vote absentee by mail is required to complete the absentee ballot  request form and return it to their local County Board of Registrar’s  Office by mail, fax, e-mail (as an attachment), or in-person. Once  received, the voter’s application will be verified by their county  election office by matching their signature on the voter registration  form, and a ballot will be mailed to the voter upon approval. 


Voters  must return their absentee ballots to their local County Board of  Registrar’s Office in-person or by mail no later than 7:00 pm on June 9, 2020, in order to have their ballots counted.


As  with every Georgia election, any voter who cast a ballot via absentee  by mail is not eligible to in-person early vote or vote in-person on June 9, 2020. Any voter who does not return the absentee ballot request  form and have their application approved by their local county election  office after matching their signature, must vote in-person on June 9, 2020.


To download an absentee ballot application for  the June 9th General Primary Election, click on the button below.