1. Pledge to Vote and Invite Your Friends

Did you know that asking your friends and family to vote is the most powerful way you can make an impact on their lives? Take the Environmental Voter Pledge and our volunteers will help you reach out to friends and family and encourage them to vote in the upcoming election.

2. Register to Vote

You must be registered to vote by October 10th, 2022  in order to vote in the General Election. If you haven’t registered yet, you can do it today! You can find a full list of election dates and deadlines here.

3. Check Your Voter Registration Status

Even if you think you have already registered, please double check! There is nothing worse than showing up at the polls and being told you cannot vote. The Georgia Secretary of State routinely removes thousands of people from the voter rolls in “purges.” Sometimes people get removed even if they vote often, so please double-check that your registration is still active.

4. Get Ready to Vote

Be prepared to cast your vote on or before election day. You will need to know which races and candidates are on your ballot. You can view a sample ballot up to 30 days before each election by checking the Secretary of State My Voter Page website. You can find out which candidates have been endorsed by the GCV Action Fund at the bottom of this page or by visiting our endorsements page.

5. Decide When and Where to Vote

You don’t have to wait until election day to vote. You have three options to cast your vote: Early Voting, Vote By Mail, and Vote on Election Day.

Early Voting

Early Voting starts on October 17th for the 2022 Midterm Election. You have way more places to go vote when you vote early. You can usually find early voting locations by visiting the website of the county you live in. You can also find them online on the Secretary of State My Voter Page website. Finally, you can find them by clicking the button below and selecting the county you live in.

Election Day

The General Election is on November 8, 2022. On election day, you must vote at your designated polling precinct. This is the location printed on your voter registration card. You can also find it on the Secretary of State My Voter Page. (click the button below). If you choose this option, be prepared for long lines (even in a year without federal elections)! Do your best to be plan ahead and know that it could take anywhere from a few minutes to several hours to finish voting. Please be patient and stay in line! If you encounter any trouble, please do not leave without casting a provisional ballot. If you have problems, you can call the election protection hotline at 1-866-OUR-VOTE (1-866-687-8683)!