Voting Information

The Primary Election is this Tuesday, May 20th. Polling places across Georgia will be open from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM. Please make the time to vote in this very important election. Opinion polls show many races to be very close and could be decided by a handful of votes. Don’t let this opportunity pass to have a say in who holds these elected positions. – Buzz


Use the Georgia My Voter Page to locate your voting precinct.


Primary Election: Tuesday May 20, 2014
Primary Runoff: Tuesday July 22, 2014
General Election: Tuesday November 4, 2014
State and Local General Runoff: Tuesday December 2, 2014
Federal General Runoff: Tuesday January 6, 2015


Advanced in-person voting is no longer available for the May 20th primary election.

Gwinnett Residents: Advanced In-person Voting for the May 20th Primary Election begins Monday April 28th at the Gwinnett County Elections Office 455 Grayson Highway, Suite 200, Lawrenceville. Voting at this location takes place Monday – Friday, April 28 – May 16, 8:00am – 5:00pm and on Saturday, May 10, 9:00am – 4:00pm.

Advanced In-person voting will take place at several satellite locations on Saturday May 10th 9:00am – 4:00pm; and Monday – Friday, May 12 – May 16, 9:00am – 7:00pm. Locations TBA.

Georgia Residents: To find times and locations for Advanced In-person Voting in your community, click here.


Absentee ballots are no longer available for the May 20th primary election.

Absentee ballots will be available beginning April 4th.

Gwinnett Residents: To obtain an absentee ballot fill out this form and fax it to 678.226.7209 or 7208; scan and email to; or mail it to 75 Langley Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30046.

Georgia Residents: To obtain an absentee ballot application, fill out and print this form and deliver it to your local elections office.


Voter registration is no longer available for the May 20th primary election.

You can register to vote online now by clicking here.

April 21st is the deadline to register to vote if you plan on voting in the May 20th Primary Elections.

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  • william merritt

    Buzz, Do you stand in favor of the Tea Party Movement?
    Are you in favor of adopting a similar Immigration law like Arizona?

    Thanks William

  • Buzz Brockway

    Mr. Merritt,

    Thanks for asking.

    I think what Arizona is doing is a good idea and yes, I’m in favor of doing something like that here in Georgia.

    As for the Tea Party Movement, I’ve been to a number of tea party rallies and was featured in the voted guide put together by the Georgia Tea Party:

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