get out the vote (GOTV)
One of the best ways to get your voice heard is to cast a ballot! Voting for or against candidates provides accountability for our elected officials and allows us to choose who will represent us in the policy decisions that impact our lives. There are 3 ways to vote in an election - absentee voting, advance voting, and voting on election day. To help you make a voting plan and cast your vote safely in the upcoming elections, below is some helpful information about the upcoming races.
August 22 - October 28 - Absentee Ballot Request Period for General Election
October 11 - General Election Runoff Registration Deadline
October 17 - November 4 - Early Voting Period
November 8 - General Election/Special Election
December 6 - General Election/Special Election Runoff
For specific information about the elections in your county, contact your County Registrar's Office.
Voting Assistance for People with Disabilities
Become a Youth Voting Ambassador
If you need assistance navigating any of the above resources, please do not hesitate to Schedule a Virtual Voter Info Session.
All votes truly do matter! If you're committed to voting in the upcoming election, be sure take Atlanta GLOW’s voter pledge to let us know that you are with us in amplifying youth voices and inspiring positive change in the Atlanta community! Thank you for doing your civic duty!
Note: This is a nonpartisan voter engagement effort to turn out more youth voters for the upcoming runoff elections. As a 501(c)3 organization, Atlanta GLOW may not endorse any political candidate for office.