September 17th, 2018. We are officially 50 days away from Election Day.
The day we’ve been counting down to, working hard toward, and holding on to hope for is almost here. Can you believe it?
As we approach Election Day, there are some key dates you need to know:
Next Tuesday, Georgia’s WIN List hosts our “Stand With WINning Women” candidate rally. This is our biggest event of the year to celebrate and support the 36 women running for statewide or legislative office who have earned our endorsement.
This is the LAST DAY TO REGISTER or update your voter registration in order to vote on Election Day.
Make sure everyone you know – family, friends, neighbors, colleagues, etc. – is registered to vote before October 9th.
This is the FIRST DAY OF EARLY VOTING.
To find out where you can vote early and what time the polls are open in your county, check here. You can also check your county’s Board of Elections website.
The polls will be open for STATEWIDE SATURDAY VOTING.
To find out where you can vote on this Saturday and what time the polls are open in your county, check here.
This is the LAST DAY TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BALLOT.
To request an absentee ballot, fill out the application here and mail/email it to your county registrar. You can find your county registrar information here or on your county’s Board of Elections website.
This is the LAST DAY TO VOTE EARLY.
This is it. This is the day we’ve all been waiting for… ELECTION DAY!
If you were not able to participate in early voting, you will need to make plans to cast your vote on this day. This is the last chance. You will vote at your assigned polling place. If you’re not sure where you’re assigned polling place is or need to check when the polls will be open, check here.
- Want to get email or text alerts about important election dates? Check out TurboVote!
- If you have trouble voting or witness something that seems wrong while at a polling place, please call the Democratic Voter Protection Hotline for support: 888-730-5816
WHAT CAN YOU DO TO HELP?
Now is the time to volunteer to help our Democratic candidates win.
This election may be one of the most important elections of our lifetime and we cannot afford to leave anything on the table.
We encourage everybody to set aside at least one day or one weekend between now and Election day to volunteer with a Democratic candidate. There is something for everyone: canvassing, making phone calls, writing postcards, volunteering in the campaign offices, etc.