Election Day 2018 is Tuesday, November 6!

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IT'S ELECTION DAY!! Important Information For Every Georgia Voter

GO VOTE NOW!!

October 5, 2018

TODAY, Georgia voters will have the chance to not only influence the balance of power in Congress, but also state elections. That means you get to decide who will govern our state from right here in downtown Atlanta, under the gold dome of the Georgia Capitol. Your vote will also help decide who creates laws in the Washington, D.C., since all 14 Georgia seats in the U. S. House of Representatives are on the ballot this year, and many political analysts say that both houses of Congress, currently controlled by the Republican party, are up for grabs. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR GEORGIA VOTERS:

Georgia Secretary of State's website - Elections page 

Georgia Secretary of State voter registration page (check your voter status)

Georgia Secretary of State's "My Voter Page" (where to vote statewide) 

State of Georgia voting information

Georgia voter identification requirements (photo IDs) 

Calendar of key 2018 elections dates 

Military and overseas voting information

2018 Georgia election results

Fulton County early voting locations

 

GET A FREE RIDE TO THE POLLS:

Voters wanting a free ride to the polls can use the ride-sharing apps Uber and Lyft. Both services are offering FREE rides, or significantly discounted rides to the polls. Both services are available in the App Store for iPhone users and in the Google Play store for Android users. Both apps are also free.

You will have to set up an account in the app once you have downloaded it, so make sure and take care of that in advance. Drivers will be incredibly busy that day, so it will take longer than usual to get a car to your house. And have your polling places address ready, you'll have to input when requesting a ride. Do not wait until the last minute!

UBER DRIVES THE VOTE (free rides)

LYFT: THE RIDE TO VOTE (free and discounted rides)

 

WEATHER CAN'T STOP THE WAVE

Don't let the morning storm stop you from hitting the polls -- that's what unbrellas, ponchos and hats are for! We've come too far to let a little rain stop us now.

Yes, it will be a little dreary during the first few hours of the polls opening, specifically until around 12:30 p.m. The good news is that the weather will clear up and be mostly cloudy with temps in the low 70s, and we may even get some sunshine, with only a 15 percent chance of rain the rest of the day. So it will not be cold out. That's good news; take it! Can anybody else hear Frankie Beverly and MAZE singing in their head right now?

If you prefer to not go out in the thunderstorms, PLEASE make sure you get just after lunchtime. Go vote, Atlanta! And keep your dial locked to V-103 all day for election coverage, which we'll also share on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram channels.