Voting Overview

¡Su voto es su voz!

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As Georgia becomes the battleground state, the Latinx communities must ensure that our rights are protected and voices are heard. Remember, su voto es su voz.

2024 Election Dates

Voter Registration Deadline

February 12, 2024

Early in-person voting period

February 19 - March 8

Deadline to request absentee ballot by mail

March 1, 2024

Election Day

March 12, 2024

Voter Registration Deadline

April 22, 2024

Early in-person voting period

April 29 - May 17

Deadline to request absentee ballot by mail

May 10, 2024

Election Day

May 21, 2024

Voter Registration Deadline

May 20, 2024

Early in-person voting period


Deadline to request absentee ballot by mail

June 7, 2024

Election Day

June 18, 2024

Voter Registration Deadline

October 7, 2024

Early in-person voting period

October 15 - November 1

Deadline to request absentee ballot by mail

October 25, 2024

Election Day

November 5, 2024

Voter Registration Deadline

November 4, 2024

Early in-person voting period


Deadline to request absentee ballot by mail

November 22, 2024

Election Day

December 3, 2024

Do you have any election issues or questions? Call us at 1-888-54GALEO (1-888-544-2536).

Check if you are registered to vote, and check where your polling location is on the My Voter Page (MVP).

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In the past decade, GALEO as engaged in countless efforts across the state to register new voters, mobilize the Latino electorate, and engage Latinos in the policy process. With the 2024 elections approaching, we will work tirelessly to ensure that all eligible Latino and Hispanic voters are registered and turn out to vote. Having a strong and proactive Latino electorate will shape the future of our state and our nation!

Contact Darrick Alvarez at on how to get involved!


SB 202 cuts to several vital mechanisms increasingly used by voters of color, including early voting, absentee ballots, and ballot drop boxes, and adding new and unnecessary ID requirements for absentee ballots. The bill also threatens groups like the League of Women Voters and its partners with fines for assisting voters with their absentee ballots.

The 2020 election saw the most significant voter participation in history, with Georgia witnessing an increase in registration numbers and voter participation—especially among Black and other communities of color. The provisions in SB 202 would eliminate Georgia’s growth in voter participation. Still, they would take voting rights backward in the state, particularly for voters of color who are undeniably targeted by the bill. For instance, SB 202 allows country registrars to eliminate Sunday early voting hours, used by many Black and Brown churches and faith groups to deliver community members to the polls.

“This new law intended to discriminate against minority and poor voters in Georgia,” said Jerry Gonzalez, CEO of GALEO. “Our communities will stand together to work against these Jim Crow tactics pushing to take our state backward.”

SB 202 in Georgia means:

Refuse to Be Silenced!

Voting FAQ

Visit the Georgia “My Voter Page” at to check your voter status.

Visit the Georgia “My Voter Page” at to check your polling location and times.

You must first fill out, sign, and submit an absentee ballot application to vote by absentee ballot. You can do this online at, by mail, fax, or in person.

A Government-issued I.D. (for example, driver’s license) and face mask!

You can find a sample ballot by visiting

YES! If you have the absentee ballot, bring it with you the day you vote in-person. Then, the election staff will have you sign an affidavit that cancels your absentee ballot. Afterward, you will be able to vote in person.

Check your voter status and ensure you are at the correct polling place at If you are at the wrong polling place, they will not have your name on the list of voters. You can request a provisional ballot if the polling place is in the county you reside in. Call (866) OUR-VOTE if you feel your rights have been violated.

7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

A primary election is an election in which registered voters select a candidate that they believe should be a political party’s candidate for elected office to run in the general election. They are also used to choose convention delegates and party leaders. Primaries are state-level and local-level elections that take place prior to a general election. Georgia utilizes an open primary system, in which registered voters do not have to be members of a party to vote in that party’s primary.

To vote in Georgia, one must be a citizen of the United States and a legal resident of their county. The voter must be at least 17.5 years of age at the time of registration and 18 at the election time.

Registration must be completed at least 28 days prior to the election. Registration can be completed online or by submitting a paper form.

Georgia permits early voting. Learn more by visiting this website

Absentee ballots are an option for registered voters who prefer to vote by mail instead of voting in-person. You do not need an excuse to request an absentee ballot. You must request an absentee ballot to receive one in the mail. Your absentee ballot must be received by your local County Board of Registrar’s Office by the time polls close on Election Day in order to be counted.

Georgia requires voters to present photo identification (ID) while voting. Accepted forms of ID include Georgia driver’s licenses or ID cards, U.S. passports, and U.S. military ID. Voters can obtain a free voter ID card from any county registrar’s office or Department of Driver Services Office. Voters who do not have photo ID while voting may cast provisional ballots.

Any valid state or Federal Government-issued photo ID, including a free ID card issued by your county registrar’s office or the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS).

  • A Georgia Driver’s License, even if expired.
  • Valid employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority, or other entity of this state
  • Valid U.S. passport ID
  • Valid U.S. military photo ID
  • Valid tribal photo IDz

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