Key benefits of early in person voting are:

  1. Reduced stress on the voting system on Election Day;
  2. Shorter lines on Election Day;
  3. Improved poll worker performance;
  4. Early identification and correction of registration errors and voting system glitches; and
  5. Greater access to voting and increased voter satisfaction.

Tell Others About Voting on Sunday

*Advance Voting = Early Voting

October 17:
High turn out on The First Day of Early Voting in Columbus.  Let’s make the same statement for Weekend voting especially on Sunday.

Electricians, Plumbers, Construction workers, Roadside Workers, and many others who work long hours ( more than 11 hours) a day for 6 days a week.  This Weekend, Advance Voting gives a person a chance to go vote if he did not want to request an absentee ballot.

If Early Voting on the Weekend especially on Sunday does not show high participation, the Muscogee County Board of Elections Registration members with The Executive Director will use the statistics to end Early Voting on the Weekends.
Early Voting on Sunday will end before people realize Muscogee County had Early Voting on Sunday.

To All who have not voted yet but plan to go Vote early, Please pick SundaySunday if your schedule is open to do so.  Encourage others to go Early Vote in person on Sunday.

Free Rides to Vote for ONLY Disabled Citizens:
Disabled voters, including those with hearing, cognitive and physical impairments, should call Access2independence.

Non-Profit Organization: Access2indepence
Phone #706-405-2393
To Schedule a Ride: Call between Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm.
The Deadline to Reserve a Ride: Tuesday (October 25)

Advance Voting Dates

Date:   Saturdays (October 22 & October 29)
Time:   9:00am – 4:00pm

Date:   Sundays (October 23 & October 30)
Time:   9:00am – 4:00pm

Place:  City Service Center (Community Room)
3111 Citizens Way,
Columbus, GA  31906

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