Before you vote in Georgia’s presidential primary on Tuesday March 1, here are a few things you should know. The Atlanta Journal Constitution has put together a great Do’s and Don’ts article for the March 1 Presidential Primary. Here are the details on how to vote in Georgia’s Presidential Primary. Please share this information on your social media networks and encourage others to get educated and get out the vote!
Polls open at 7 a.m. on Super Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Georgia voters will determine how the state’s 193 delegates get divvied up. Polls close at 7 p.m. on Tuesday and there’s no early voting on Monday.
What to bring
Approved forms of identification include a Georgia driver’s license, even if it’s expired; a state-issued voter identification card; a valid U.S. passport; and a valid U.S. military photo ID.
Before you go
Voters can see their polling location, view personalized sample ballots and verify their registration status on the secretary of state’s “My Voter Page” website.
Also worth reviewing before voting: the Georgia Voter Guide, a product of the League of Women Voters of Georgia and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
At the polls, pick one ballot
Because the state conducts an “open” primary, voters may vote on a ballot of any party – you make your choice at the polls. You cannot, however, vote in more than one party’s primary.
Don’t make this mistake
Georgia code stipulates that “no elector shall use photographic or other electronic monitoring or recording devices or cellular telephones while such elector is within the enclosed space in a polling place.” #noselfiesallowed
Problem at the polls
If you see or experience problems, first contact your local elections office. If local officials can’t help, the secretary of state’s office has an online complaint form via the “elections” tab at www.sos.ga.gov.
Link to full article: Do’s and Don’ts article for Presidential Primary.
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