Georgia’s primary runoff election is Tuesday, July 22. Your regular polling location will be open 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
If you have voted at Montgomery Elementary in the past, please remember that the Montgomery polling place has moved and is now split between Kittredge Magnet School and the Cross & Crown Lutheran Church. Please visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s “My Voter Page” website to find your correct polling place:
If you voted a Republican ballot in the May 20 primary, you must vote a Republican ballot in the runoff. The same rule applies if you voted a Democratic ballot on May 20. If you did not vote on May 20, you may choose either party’s runoff ballot.
DeKalb County voters are reminded that this runoff features a special election for DeKalb County Sheriff. This special election appears on everyone’s runoff ballot, regardless of party.
The incumbent, Sheriff Jeff Mann, has years of experience working in the sheriff’s office, is doing a good job and deserves to remain in office. His opponent is partly responsible for the mess in which DeKalb County now finds itself. The sheriff controls a large budget and contracting power independent from the county government. A careful choice for this office is critical.
Here are links to sample ballots and a voter’s guide:
DeKalb County Republican Sample Ballot
DeKalb County Democratic Sample Ballot
DeKalb County Nonpartisan Sample Ballot
Fulton County Republican Sample Ballot
Fulton County Democratic Sample Ballot
Fulton County Nonpartisan Sample Ballot
League of Women Voters/AJC Voter’s Guide