Georgia Senate runoff
One of the best ways to get your voice heard is to cast a ballot! With a record turnout of voters in the November general election, now is the time for everyone statewide to register and cast their vote if they will be 18 by the runoff election on January 5, 2021. Runoff elections are held when no candidate wins the required majority of votes. The margin separating the U.S. Senate candidates is narrow and two Senate seats will be decided in the upcoming January runoff election. Control of the U.S. Senate could hang in the balance.
To help you make a voting plan and cast your vote safely, below is some helpful information about the upcoming runoff races.
December 1 - State and Local Races (Voter Registration Deadline was October 5)
December 7 - Voter Registration Deadline for Senate Race
December 14 - Early voting for Senate Runoff Begins
December 31 - Early voting for Senate Runoff Ends
December 31 - Last Day to Request an Absentee Ballot
January 5 - Election Day for Senate Runoff Race
For more information about the runoff elections, contact your County Registrar's Office.
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.