The Current has compiled this resource page to help Coastal Georgia voters make informed decisions. This content includes links to nonpartisan election reporting and access to tools that you can use to conduct your own research.


9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 28-Dec. 2 week is mandatory for all counties. Some hours may vary, so check your county (below) for updates.

County information as it is available:

  • Bryan County
  • Chatham County – Check line wait times at each location here.
  • Camden County
  • Liberty County: Call for information 912-876-3310. Board office: 100 N. Main St., Suite 1600, Hinesville
  • McIntosh County – Call  (912) 437-6605 for more information. McIntosh County Board of Elections and Registration Office, 103 Jefferson St., Darien (across from Darien Post Office) 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
  • Glynn County

APPLY FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT HERE – Must be returned directly to county elections office or drop box by 7 p.m. Dec. 6. Precinct workers cannot accept them on Election Day.



CHECK YOUR REGISTRATION STATUS – Don’t take it for granted. The decennial reapportionment has changed voting districts and some polling locations.

FAQ for registration, checks


  • Ballots will be available after you log in to the My Voter Page at It will show your ballot for your precinct, voting districts for each race on your ballot.
  • You may also view a sample ballot at voting precincts.


Georgians can vote Saturday after Thanksgiving with state Supreme Court ruling in GOP challenge

Order seals the Saturday vote question; counties open up as voters get ready to line up for the weekend.

Supreme Court justices unanimously denied the petition from the Georgia Republican Party, the Republican National Senate Committee and the Republican National Committee that argued that it is illegal for counties to offer early voting on Saturday, Nov. 26 since it falls two days after Thanksgiving and one day after a state holiday.

Appeals court denies Georgia election chief’s bid to ban early Saturday voting after Thanksgiving

Secretary of State says he will not appeal ruling for the second time.

On Monday evening the appeals court blocked the state’s emergency motion to nullify a Fulton County judge’s order giving Georgia counties the option to open early voting sites on Saturday, Nov. 26, which falls two days after Thanksgiving and one day after a state holiday previously named in honor of Confederate General Robert E. Lee.

Democrats sue over lack of Saturday early voting in Georgia’s U.S. Senate runoff

Old laws regarding Robert E. Lee’s birthday holiday dictate schedule.

Given Georgia’s newly tightened four-week window to certify the Nov. 8 general election and prepare for the runoff, early voting could not begin the third Saturday, which would be this Saturday, Nov. 19. That’s because state certification of the general election must happen first, which is targeted for completion Monday, Nov. 21.

What happens next in Georgia’s election runoff? Certification, an audit and sprint to Dec. 6 vote

Each county will set early voting, but 5 days are mandatory.

The month of November will be busy for Georgia voters and elections officials as the state transitions from the Nov. 8 general election to prepare for the Dec. 6 runoff for U.S. Senate. Even though election results are known, there are still ballots left to be counted, totals to be checked and double checked, a…

Map the vote: US Senate, governor races in Georgia

See where the votes came in for each candidate — and where they didn’t — across the state.

Brian Kemp defeated Stacey Abrams in Georgia’s rural counties; Warnock showed strength in the cities, but received closer margins outside Atlanta, as well.

In Chatham County, voting drama fails to materialize

Elections supervisor’s confidence in process vindicated

As polls closed on Tuesday, all signs suggested that Wooten’s confidence in the voting process was well-founded as county election officials, poll watchers, and voters all offered up in unison some variation of the phrase “very smooth” to describe the midterm balloting.

Early voting information

Who pays for campaigns?

Open Secrets – a database reporting on funding for candidates, data, lobbyists, PACS and donors.

Transparent Savannah – databases for campaign contributions to Chatham County candidates.