¡Tu voz es tu voto!

Luchar. Votar. Poder

Election Day is Tuesday, November 8th, 2022.

The State elections take place this year! As Georgia becomes the battleground state, the Latin and Hispanic communities must ensure that our rights are protected, and voices are heard. Remember, tu voz es tu voto.

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).

Para ver esta información en español, haz clic aqui: GeorgiaVota.com

Register to vote here:


In the past decade, GALEO has engaged in countless efforts across the state to register new voters, mobilize the Latino electorate, and engage Latinos in the policy process. With the 2022 elections approaching, we will work tirelessly to ensure that all eligible Latino and Hispanic voters are registered and turn out to vote. Having a proactive and robust Latino electorate will shape the future of our state and our nation!


Know your rights in Spanish.

Rides to the Polls info can be found here.


Where Do I Vote On Election Day?

CLICK HERE to find out where you vote on Election Day. Polling places are usually within walking distance of your home (unless you are in a very rural area). A polling place can be in a business, a person’s house, a school, or a community center, to name a few establishments.

I May Already Be Registered But I Don’t Know. How Do I Know If I’m Registered To Vote?

You can check your voter registration status directly by logging in to the Georgia My Voter Page website at mvp.sos.ga.gov.

I Am A Voter With A Disability. Will My Polling Place Be Accessible And What Options Do I Have To Cast A Ballot?

Every voter has the right to cast a private and independent ballot, including voters with disabilities. If you want to learn more about what your voting rights are or were denied the right to vote because of your disability, you can find your state’s National Disability Rights Network member agency here. Additional resources for voters with disabilities can be found through the U.S. Election Assistance Commission and Nonprofit VOTE.

Do I Need To Show Identification To Vote?

Most states require some form of identification either when you register and/or when you vote. The rules vary state by state.

Does A Voter Card Serve As A Form Of Identification For Voting?

Most states do not accept a voter card as a form of ID. If you are a first-time voter who mailed in your registration form, you should check out our Election Center to find out what identification you will need at the polls.

If you have any questions, need assistance, or want more information, please call 1-888-54-GALEO (42536).