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Your guide to a long, busy 2020 election season
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Latoya Castillo, Gainesville IV voting precinct poll manager, hangs signs at the Brenau University Downtown Center Monday, Aug. 10, 2020, as she sets up the voting site for Tuesday's runoff election. - photo by Scott Rogers

With the coronavirus pandemic, new voting machines and fierce battles for U.S. Senate, the 2020 election season has been busy and long. We’ve collected all of the items that are set to appear on ballots through the rest of this year to help you keep everything straight. 

For information about your voting status and sample ballots, visit the Secretary of State’s My Voter Page. That site also includes information about your polling precinct. Voters on Election Day must vote at their designated polling precinct. A map of all the precincts in Hall County is available here. Information is also available at the Hall County website

Additionally, the state has rolled out new voting machines this year. Here's how to use them

Additional election coverage can be found at gainesvilletimes.com/election2020.

Hall County results of the Nov. 3, 2020, election are available at the secretary of state's website. Statewide results are available there as well

Runoffs

Voter registration deadline: Dec. 7; voter registration can be completed online at My Voter Page

Absentee ballots: Counties will begin mailing absentee ballots Nov. 18. The state has an online portal for requesting absentee ballots.

Early voting: Begins Dec. 14

Election Day: Jan. 5


U.S. Senate

  • Kelly Loeffler, R

  • Raphael Warnock, D

U.S. Senate

  • Jon Ossoff, D

  • David Perdue, R

Public Service Commissioner

This race was originally scheduled for Dec. 1. The secretary of state announced Nov. 11 that he's consolidating runoff elections to Jan. 5.

  • Lauren Bubba McDonald Jr., R
  • Daniel Blackman, D

Regional events