The Georgia Primary was recently moved from March 24 to June 9. Instead of requiring all citizens to request their absentee ballot, Georgia election officials began mailing absentee ballot request forms Monday to the state’s 6.9 million active voters, making it easier for them to vote without having to show up in person.
Voters who fill out and return the request forms (pictured above) will then be mailed a ballot for the June 9th primary, which includes candidates for president, Congress, the Georgia General Assembly and county offices. Georgia voters will also have the option of voting in person on election day. If you have not received your request form or it was damaged in the mail, you can find one to print out here.
It is incredibly important that democracy continues to be upheld in these difficult times. Your vote matters. Pledge now to complete your request for an absentee ballot and your actual ballot when it arrives! Complete the pledge HERE.
If you have any questions about this process, feel free to contact us at SisterLove!