With advance voting over and absentees due back now through Tuesday evening, much of the focus is moving to in-person voting this Tuesday from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
- Advance voters: 3,246
- Absentees: 11,207 returned out of 18,231 issued in mail.
- Advance voters: 1,952.
- Absentees: 9,012 returned out of 14,342 issued in mail.
- Advance voters: 1,282
- Absentees: 4,426 returned out of 6,940 issued in mail.
- Advance voters: 2,449
- Absentees: 3,512 returned out of 5,422 issued in mail.
- The best thing to do is to visit the My Voters Page from the Secretary of State’s office. You type in your name, date of birth and county, and it provides your sample ballot and precinct. Click MVP
CHECK YOUR ABSENTEE BALLOT
So you took the plunge and completed that absentee ballot. Now what? You know when you mailed it so the next step is to see if it has been received and “accepted” at the elections office. You can do so with just a few clicks. Here’s what to do:
- Visit the Georgia My Voter Page: https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do
- Fill out the MVP Login form (first initial, last name, county, date of birth and you’re done).
- Scroll down and click the link that says “Check absentee ballot status.”
- Click to ensure there is a date next to “Absentee ballot received.”
In the above box, right side, it shows you how our ballot process worked. We requested the ballot and it was mailed to our home. We dropped it at the Rome post office the next da and it was marked as accepted May 12.
If you’re concerned about the status of your ballot, reach out to the local Elections Office to double check (BradyR@floydcountyga.org).
CANDIDATE PROFILES and debates.
- Who will be Floyd County’s next sheriff? Our Q&A and candidate profiles with Tom Caldwell, Ronnie Kilgo and Dave Roberson. Sheriff
- Our Q&A with Floyd County Clerk of Superior Court Republican candidates, incumbent Barbara Penson and Joe Costolnick. Clerks
- House 13 Republican candidates, incumbent Katie Dempsey vs. Brad Barnes. House 13
- 14th Congressional District: Watch either or both candidate debates via Facebook Live. Click debates
- Debates by the Democratic U.S. Senate hopefuls and Democratic Public Service Commission candidates. Click debates
KEY ELECTION DATES
- June 9: Election day. Precincts open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
- Aug. 11: Primary runoff.
- Nov. 3: General election.