You can determine if you are registered to vote in Georgia by checking the Secretary of State's My Voter Page.

By entering your first initial, last name, county of residence and date of birth on that page, you can determine if you are registered to vote in Georgia. If so, you will find your registration information, the name and address of your precinct and a link to the early voting location for your county.

The page will also list your US Congressional District, your Georgia Senate District and Georgia House District, with links to each of those persons' official web pages.


Links to a full list of qualified candidates in the upcoming election (along with the past several elections) are also provided.

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If you are not registered to vote, you will be provided with a link to register to vote. The deadline to register to vote in the November General Election is Tuesday, October 9, 2018.

Do I need to register to vote?

If you’re not already registered to vote in Georgia or your address has changed, you must register to vote by Tuesday to participate in the Nov. 6 election for governor, U.S. Congress, statewide offices, Georgia General Assembly and some local races.

Check your registration status online at

How can I register to vote in Georgia?

Voters can register to vote online at if you already have a Georgia driver’s license number or a state-issued ID number. You can also fill out a paper voter registration application by printing it out from the Georgia Secretary of State’s website, or by picking up an application at post offices, libraries and county election offices. Paper registration applications must be returned or postmarked by Tuesday.

If I don’t have a driver’s license or state ID, can I still register to vote?

Yes. You’ll have to complete a paper application and mail it or deliver it to your county’s elections office. If you mail it, it must be postmarked by Oct. 9.

On the paper application, provide the last four digits of your Social Security number to register to vote. Proof of Georgia residency is required either when you register or when you vote for the first time. That proof can include a current utility bill, bank statement, government check or other government document that shows your name and address.

Do I need photo ID to vote?

Photo identification is required before casting a ballot in person in Georgia. The state’s photo ID law allows registered voters to show a state driver’s license, even if it’s expired; a state or federal government-issued photo ID; a valid U.S. passport; a photo employee ID from any federal, state or local government agency; a U.S. military photo ID; or a tribal photo ID.

Who registers people to vote?

Voter registration is primarily managed by county election offices, which then submit voter information to the Georgia secretary of state. When voters show up on Election Day or at early voting locations, election employees check your photo ID against voter registration lists to verify that you’re eligible to cast a ballot.

When can I vote?

Early voting has already begun by mail in Georgia. Registered voters can request to be mailed a paper absentee ballot through

In-person early voting at county election offices and other locations begins statewide on Oct. 15. On Election Day on Nov. 6, voters must report to their neighborhood precincts to cast their ballots.