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Early Voting in GA is here from OCT. 17TH through NOV. 4TH. Make your voice heard at the polls! Be sure to check out League of Women Voters of GA 2016 Voter Guide to help you make the important decisions on Election Day.

Ready to VOTE! Visit the My Voter Page or the GA VOTES app and enter your name, county and birth date. You can check that your voter registration is up-to-date so you can vote in the correct precinct. You can find the free GA VOTES app at your Apple of Google Play store.


Cobb County Board of Elections staff is looking for people to work at voting precincts during the 2016 election cycle. A poll worker must be a U.S. citizen, Cobb County resident, at least 16 years of age, be able to read, write and speak English and not have served any portion of a felony conviction in the last 10 years.

Poll workers must attend at least one mandatory training class before working at the poll. New workers are paid $110 for Election Day, $20-30 for each training class and $15 for helping to set up the poll. Workers must arrive at 6 a.m. on Election Day and stay until all voters leave and closing procedures are completed.

You must provide your own transportation to your scheduled class and to the poll on Election Day. If you would like your name added to the list of potential workers or to obtain more information, please download a brochure and application at Cobb Elections.

COME MAKE DEMOCRACY WORK - Volunteers are needed for VoterRegistration at U.S. Citizenship ceremonies Monthly Voter Registration Training will be held on the first Thursday of EVERY month - 5:30-6:30 PM The Rush Center - Event Annex Building 1530 DeKalb Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30307.