MAKE SURE YOU VOTE EARLY IN THIS YEAR’S ELECTION. TELL YOUR FRIENDS AND FAMILY TO VOTE AS EARLY AS THEY CAN!
Early voting in Lowndes County will take place from Monday, October 12, to Friday, October 30, including Saturdays and Sundays of both weekends, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at the Elections Office, 2808 N. Oak St., Valdosta.
How to Register to Vote in Georgia Online
Go to Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/
Enter First Initial, Last Name, County from drop-down menu, and Date of Birth. Click “Submit.”
If you’re registered to vote, next page shows your voter registration information.
If you’re not registered to vote, next page has a green button “Register to Vote”!
Click on it. Then, on next page, click on “I Want to Register to Vote!”
Then, either “Register to vote online using valid GA Driver’s License or ID#” or “Register to vote by printing and mailing the application.”
After registering, do check back at My Voter Page to see that you’re registered.
Deadline to register to vote in the November election is Monday, October 5.
VOTE BY ABSENTEE BALLOT
Georgians registered to vote can also do so by absentee ballot.
Absentee ballots are an option for registered voters who may be traveling, outside the country, serving in the military, or otherwise can’t make it to the polls on Election Day.
How Do I Vote by Absentee Ballot?
1. Make Sure You’re Registered
-To vote via absentee ballot, you must first be registered to vote.
2. Fill Out & Submit an Absentee Ballot Application
-To vote by absentee ballot, you must first fill out, sign, and submit an absentee ballot application. You can do this online, by mail, by fax, or in person.
Submit your absentee ballot application by the specified deadline. Absentee ballots may be requested any time between 180 days prior to the election and the end of the business day on the Friday before Election Day. View a list of upcoming elections and registration deadlines on the Georgia Secretary of State’s election calendar.
You can submit your Absentee Ballot Application Online, by Mail, by Fax, and In-Person. Please visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s website for specific information on these options.
In addition, the Secretary of State’s Office has created a new Absentee Mail Ballot Online Application Portal https://ballotrequest.sos.ga.gov
With just less than 40 days to go before early in-person voting starts, Georgia Democrats need to sign up 1,000 more poll watchers before October 1st to make sure we can cover our priority polling locations across the state. We need your help.
We need poll watchers. We’re coordinating with the Democratic Party of Georgia (DPG). Please sign up to be a poll watcher: bit.ly/poll-watch-ga
PHONE BANKING OPPORTUNITIES
We are less than 60 days out from Election Day and are getting to the point where we need all hands on deck. If you are all able to volunteer once a week for an hour from now until Election Day, that would only be about 10 hours of your time over the next two months. It is critical that we all do the most that we can if we want to see Georgia light up blue for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. If we want Dr. Treva Gear representing us in the State Senate, we need to be on the phones making sure people are able to cast a vote for her.
We will be phone banking every Thursday from 4-7 pm and from 10-7 every Saturday. If you need to be trained on the phones we will be able to set that up as well. We are also working on starting text banking on Wednesdays and Saturdays as well. I will link the signup to Thursday phone banking here. If you are interested in any of these opportunities or have any questions please reach out to Nathan Lavender, Field Organizer for the Democratic Party of Georgia, Phone# (404)-861-3708; firstname.lastname@example.org