Am I Registered to Vote: Where to Vote in Georgia, Poll Locations, and ID Requirements
I know the weather is horrible but make sure you get out there to vote. Voting in Georgia is from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and if you are in line at 7 p.m. you are allowed to cast your ballot. Keep in mind that the Georgia Secretary of State reports that historically, the peak voting hours are from 7-9:30 a.m., 4:30 -7:00 p.m. and the lunch hour, so if you are voting during those times be prepared for a longer wait.
ID Requirements – Georgia does require a government issued ID that has a picture, however, if you show up without proper ID, you can get a provisional ballot but you must provide identification within three days for the vote to count.
Polling Locations – You can find your polling location via the My Voter Page – Georgia Secretary of State.
Here is a list of polling places provided by the East Atlanta Patch
Parkside Elementary School — Precinct 01A
Ormewood Park Presbyterian Church – Precinct 01B
D.H. Stanton Elementary School — Precinct 01G
Thomasville Recreation Center — Precinct 01R
Benteen Elementary School – Precinct 01T
Butler Street Baptist Church – Precinct 02D
Little 5 Points Community Center – Precinct 02E
Wheat St Towers Apt Complex – Precinct 02S
Lang-Carson Recreation Center – Precinct 05A
Cook Elementary School – Precinct 05B
Auburn Avenue Research Library – Precinct 05
Liberty Baptist Church – Precinct 05F
DEKALB COUNTY: (ATLANTA-IN-DEKALB)
Coan Middle School
East Lake Elementary
Cobb County — Check your polling locations as there have been changes to some locations. More information on the changes is available here.
Gwinnett County — The entire list of polling stations is available here.
If you need assistance or if you want to report a problem you can call Election Protection at 1-866-Our-Vote
Also if you need a ride to the polls call 404-524-8683 or go to ridetothepoll.com