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.


Ligon escaped indictment despite recommendation of special grand jury

Former state senator sent Pence a letter urging him to refuse to certify election.

One other Coastal Georgian whom the grand jury voted to indict but who was not charged is C.B. Yadav, a businessman in Camden County who was a member of the fake elector list. Brad Carver, also a fake elector whom the grand jury voted to indict, is among the top recipients of taxpayer funding from…

Fulton grand jury recommended charges against Perdue, Loeffler in 2020 election case

Regular grand jury endorsied prosecution of former state Sen. William Ligon, Lt. Gov. Burt Jones

The special grand jury heard evidence and testimony from 75 witnesses before suggesting that Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis pursue charges against three dozen people for their involvement in an alleged conspiracy to overturn a 2020 election that saw Democratic President Joe Biden narrowly end former President Donald Trump’s reelection bid.

Origin of Sapelo zoning proposal uncertain; residents want their say

Speakers begged McIntosh County to go back to the drawing board, involve Hogg Hummock in planning.

The proposed zoning changes delete reference to Hog Hammock’s “unique needs in regard to its historic resources, traditional patterns of development, threat from land speculators and housing forms.” They would also allow larger houses to be built and set a minimum size that’s larger than some of the traditional cottages.

Trump, rest of Fulton 19 enter Georgia justice system over 2020 election

Two ask for speedy trial, another remains in custody.

The 41-count, 98-page indictment contends that the alternate elector meeting, which was held as Georgia’s legitimate electors met to cast the state’s official electoral ballots, was a key part of a multistate criminal plot to overturn the 2020 election results. The GOP electors signed and mailed a certificate falsely stating Trump won Georgia, which he…

Who’s who among the fake electors, conspirators indicted in Fulton DA’s 2020 election probe

At least eight of the false electors have accepted plea deals, agreeing to cooperate with Fulton prosecutors, according to court filings. 

The 19 defendants face multiple felony counts including racketeering and conspiracy, making false statements, filing false documents, impersonating a public officer, computer theft and trespass and conspiracy to defraud the state and other offenses. 

Camden County looks to move voting precinct boundaries

Committee assigned to look at crowding, locations for next election.

Discussions were prompted by uneven voter turnout throughout polling locations in the county. Easing voting traffic at busy locations and increasing traffic at others makes the voting experience smoother, and also more economically sustainable.

Town hall previews issues for Savannah City Hall elections

Gathering highlights disagreements over tax rates, benefits for poorer neighborhoods

City council next week will discuss the plan recommended by City Manager Jay Melder to increase revenue from commercial and industrial property owners through the Stephens-Day exemption. He said the plan aims to maintain the lowest mill rate in over 35 years while capturing the potential revenue growth.

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.