Georgia Election

for 2018

Primary election is May 22,18; primary run-off is July 24,2018. 

General election is on 11/6/18. Deadline to register for this election is October 22, 2018

Check if you’re registered to vote at My Voter Page.

To Register to Vote online, you’ll need a Georgia driver’s license or state-issued ID card, with a signature on file with the GA Department of Driver Services (DDS).

Get your sample ballot at Sample Ballot Lookup.

Find my polling location.

Last day to register is Oct. 11, 2016

Early Voting/ Absentee Voting begins Oct. 17, 2016.


Federal Level

President: There is NO candidate running for president in 2018

Senator: There are 3 Democratic candidates running in the primary for the senate in 2018.

They are: Sema Hernandez; Edward Kimbrough;  and Beto O’Rourke – U.S. Rep.

US Congress: There are 14 districts in Georgia. The Democratic candidates running  in the Democratic primary are listed here. (Go to page and scroll down for list)

Find your congressional district.

State Level:

Executive: There are 2 candidates running for Governor, in the Democratic primary.

The Democratic Governor candidates are: Stacey Abrams – Former state representative and Stacey Evans – Former state representative

The Democratic Lt. Governor candidates are: Sarah Riggs Amico and Triana Arnold James

No Democratic candidates, as of now, is running for Attorney General.

There are 3 Democratic candidate running for Sectary of State are: Former Rep. John Barrow and Former state Rep. Dee Dawkins-Haigler   and R.J.Hadley

State legislative elections

State Congress: The state congressional candidates are not listed at this time because the deadline for filing is March9th. Please return to this site after that day

To check your senate and the house district. Enter your address, then select from district type.

All 56 state senate seats  are up for election in 2018.

All 180 seats of the Texas State House are up for election.

Ballot Measures:

Type Title Subject Description
LRCA Distribution of Sales Tax Revenue from School District Referendums Amendment Education Allows a school district or multiple districts with a majority of students within a county to call for a sales tax referendum

Municipal Elections:

DeKalb County, Georgia – County commissioner and county board of education members

Fulton County, Georgia – County commissioner