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Advance Voting Dates for the General Primary/Nonpartisan Election Runoff are:Monday – Friday (June 10 – June 14), 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.   
Run Off Election Day is June 18th

Important Things to Note About Voting in the General Primary/Nonpartisan Election Run Off

  • If you didn’t vote in the Primary (May 21) at all, you can still vote in the Run Off & request any type of ballot. If you didn’t vote in the primary, for this particular runoff it’s recommended to vote on a DEMOCRAT ballot so you can vote for DeKalb County CEO & Board of Commissioners.
  • If you voted a Republican Ballot in the primary, you can only vote a Republican ballot in the Run Off.  This Run Off, the Republican ballot only shows Non-Partisan candidates (School Board & Judges) because NO Republicans are in this Run Off.  It’s VERY important that Republicans go vote for the Non-Partisan Judges & School Board.  DeKalb Republicans are strongly backing Dionne McGee* for State Court Judge.
  • It is estimated that 6,116 Republicans “cross-voted” in the Primary on a Democrat Ballot.  If you “cross voted” on the Democrat ballot, you can request a Democrat Ballot in the Run Off.  You will see ALL Democrat & Non-Partisan candidates for your district like CEO and Board of Commissioners that determine how our tax dollars are spent.

DeKalb GOP Recommended Candidates (These are NOT Endorsements).

Here are all the candidates that will be on Run Off Ballots.  Ones in red bold are suggested as more conservative, but the Democrat candidates are only recommended as the “lesser of 2 evils”.   We cannot predict how they will legislate once elected. Always do your own research & make your own decision.

Download the spreadsheet with comments about the candidates.


NON-PARTISAN RACES  (on all ballot types)

  • School Board Dist 3  = Deidra Rossell Wright VS Deirde Pierce*
  • School Board Dist 5 = Donna Priest-Brown VS Tiffany Tate Hogan*
  • State Court Judge Div A-3 = Yoland Mack VS Dionne McGee*

To know your districts, visit  Login & scroll to the very bottom to see your district numbers. (Or check your Voter Registration Card.) 

Additional References:
While many primaries were decided Tuesday, a UGA politics expert explains history of Georgia runoff system.

Early/Advanced Voting Information

Berean Christian Church
2201 Young Road 
Stone Mountain, GA 30088
Lynwood Recreation Center*
3360 Osborne Road. NE
Atlanta, GA 30319
Bessie Branham Recreation Center
2051 Delano Dr. NE
Atlanta, GA 30317
Neighborhood Church
1561 McLendon Avenue NE
Atlanta, GA 30307
Beulah Missionary Baptist Church
2340 Clifton Springs Road
Decatur, GA 30338
New Bethel AMEC
8350 Rockbridge Road SW
Lithonia, GA 30058
Clarkston Library
951 N. Indian Creek Drive
Clarkston, GA 30021
New Life Community Alliance*
3592 Flat Shoals Road
Decatur, GA 30034
County Line-Ellenwood Library
4331 River Road
Ellenwood, GA 30294
North DeKalb Senior Center
3393 Malone Drive
Chamblee, GA 30341
DeKalb Voter Registration & Elections Office *
4380 Memorial Drive.
Decatur, GA 30032
Salem-Panola Library
5137 Salem Road
Lithonia, GA 30038
Dunwoody Library* 
5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338
Stonecrest (former Sam’s Club) *
2994 Turner Hill Rd.
Lithonia, GA 30038
Emory University
1599 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322
Tucker-Reid H. Cofer Library *
5234 Lavista Road
Tucker, GA 30084
Greater Piney Grove Church
1879 Glenwood Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316
Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library
2861 Wesley Chapel Road
Decatur, GA 30034
Hairston Crossing Library
4911 Redan Road
Stone Mountain, GA 30088

Know Before You Go:

What to bring with you for in-person voting:

  • A valid ID, such as a driver’s license, passport, or voter identification card.
  • Chair, water, and snacks if the location has a long wait line.
  • Your absentee ballot if you are wanting to vote in-person instead. If you do not have your absentee ballot, you will need to sign an affidavit stating that you are instead casting your ballot in-person.
  • If you are a voter with a physical disability or are 75 years of age and older, you do not need to wait in line. Just walk to the entrance and a poll worker will assist you in casting your ballot.

Voting Via Absentee Ballot – Mail-In Voting

Visit the state’s website to submit an application online (a printer is required)
Or download an Absentee Ballot Application

NOTE: June 7, 2024 is the last day to request an absentee ballot. The law on absentee ballots has changed. You may only use the official application below to request an absentee ballot. Read the application carefully. You are now required to provide either a Georgia Driver’s License or Georgia ID Card number or a copy of another form of ID. If you do not have an acceptable ID, you can get one free of charge from our office or the Department of Driver Services.

Return your application by:

FAX:(404) 298-4038
MAIL:Voter Registration & Elections
4380 Memorial Drive, Suite 300
Decatur, GA 30032-1239

Returning Your Absentee Ballot

Instructions for Marking and Returning an Absentee Ballot 
We must receive your ballot by 7 pm on election day. We urge voters to mail their ballots back at least a week before election day. For more information about absentee ballots, visit the Secretary of State’s page.

Board of Registrars
4380 Memorial Drive
Suite 300
Decatur, GA 30032

Drop boxes are open during advance voting hours 

After the close of advance voting, you can still deliver your ballot by hand to the front desk of the Voter Registration and Elections Office during our business hours, weekdays 8 am – 4:30 pm; or until 7 pm on election day.

Changed your mind and want to vote in person? No problem. As long as you have not returned your absentee ballot, you can go to your polling location and vote in person instead. If possible, bring your absentee ballot with you.

Return your application by:

FAX:(404) 298-4038
MAIL:Voter Registration & Elections
4380 Memorial Drive, Suite 300
Decatur, GA 30032-1239

Provisional and Rejected Ballots

If there is a problem with your absentee application, you may be issued a provisional ballot.  In order to ensure that your provisional ballot is accepted, you can return this Application Cure Affidavit. You will also receive this affidavit in the mail. You do not need to return this form if you do not have a provisional ballot.

If there is a problem with your ballot when you return it to us, it may temporarily be marked “Rejected.” It is still possible to get your rejected ballot accepted, but you will need to return this Ballot Cure Affidavit. You will also receive this affidavit in the mail. You do not need to return this form if you do not have a rejected ballot.

Both forms are due by the close of business on the Friday following the election. If we have not received them by then, your ballot will not be counted.

Return your affidavit by:

FAX:(404) 298-4038
MAIL:Voter Registration & Elections
4380 Memorial Drive, Suite 300
Decatur, GA 30032-1239

Military and Overseas Voting

UOCAVA Application
For more information about military or overseas voting, contact:
PHONE:   (404) 298-4020
FAX:(404) 298-4038

Wait Times and Counts

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2024 Election Calendar

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