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It’s time for one final vote to decide who will lead Atlanta for the next four years.
In the wake of the Nov. 2 general election, some of the biggest races were left undecided, including the mayor, the City Council president, and the City Council’s Post 3 At Large seat. Several district City Council races and two Atlanta Board of Education contests also were narrowed to two final candidates.
Nov. 30 is the day all of those contests will be decided in runoff elections.
Early voting runs Nov. 17-24, with polls open on all weekdays as well on Saturday, Nov. 20, and Sunday, Nov. 21. For poll locations and hours, see the election websites of DeKalb County or Fulton County.
Absentee ballots are available through Nov. 19. For application information, DeKalb voters can see this website and Fulton voters can see this website. For absentee ballot drop box locations and hours, check our map.
If you are not registered to vote, it is too late to do so for the runoff; voters had to be registered in time for the general election to participate in the runoff. To check your voter registration and see your Election Day polling place, see the Georgia “My Voter” page.
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