2021 Georgia Runoff Elections on January 5, 2021

The information and resouSecure the Vote Logorces provided on this page should answer any questions you have regarding the upcoming January 2021 Georgia Runoff Elections.

Election Day is January 5, 2021

The state of Georgia has made the decision to postpone the statewide runoff for the Public Service Commission and it will now occur concurrently with the Federal Senate Runoff races on Tuesday, January 5, 2021.

State Runoff

The state runoff for Public Service Commissioner will be between the Incumbent Lauren Bubba McDonald, Jr (Republican) and Daniel Blackman (Democrat).

Federal Senate Runoffs

There will be two (2) Federal Senate Runoff contests.  The Regular Federal Runoff contest for Senate will be between the Incumbent David Perdue (Republican) and Jon Ossoff (Democrat).

The Special Election Federal Senate Runoff contest will be between the Incumbent Kelly Loeffler (Republican) and Raphael Warnock (Democrat).

Sample Ballots

Sample Ballots for the January 5, 2021 runoff election will be able to be viewed by going to the Georgia Secretary of State's website (My Voter Page Georgia )  and following the instructions.  Ballots should be able to be viewed around Nov 18th.

  1. Elections & Registration

    Physical Address
    1180 C Weldon Smith Drive
    Suite 120
    Greensboro, GA 30642


    Directions

    Phone: 706-453-1108
    Fax: 706-453-9438

  1. Final Day to Register - Runoff
  2. Absentee Ballot Applications
  3. Drop Box for Absentee Ballots
  4. Mailed Absentee Ballots
  5. EARLY PROCESSING OF ABSENTEE BALLOTS
  6. Early Voting In Person
  7. Election Day

Final Day to Register to Vote for Runoffs

The final day to register to vote in the January 5, 2021 runoff elections is December 7, 2020.  


How to Register

  • Online at the Georgia My Voter Page  
  • In person at the office.  
  • If you will be at Ga Department of Driver's Services to get your Georgia license, you may register there as well.   

***If you are a first-time voter, make sure you are familiar with what is considered acceptable forms of identification.  A list of those items can be found on our First Time Voters page. 

With COVID-19 and the Upcoming Flu What Precautions are in Place?

Due to the upcoming Flu season, as well as the ongoing COVID-19 situation, our poll workers (who are primarily seniors) will be wearing Personal Protective Equipment for your protection as well as theirs. It would be most appreciated if our voters would also wear a mask when coming in to vote in person or coming in our office. 

Voters will be provided a glove, or a stylus, with which to touch the voting equipment.

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