Voting information for the
Nov 6, 2018 General Election 
 
Early voting is available through Friday, Nov 2 at many locations in the county.  For a list of locations and hours, see this flyer. 
Noteno early voting will be allowed in Cobb County on Saturday, Nov 3 or Monday, November 5.
 
On election day, November 6, 2018, you must vote at your designated voting precinct.  Polls are open 7am - 7pm
 
Want to confirm your voting precinct location? 
Go to:  https://www.cobbelections.org/ and click on "where do you vote?"
You may also see sample ballots personalized to your location through this website.
 
Want information about the candidates ahead of time?
The League of Women Voters offers an online personalized ballot. The 2018 Voter Guide includes information on Georgia's federal, state, and local races, as well as an unbiased explanation of the proposed Constitutional Amendments. The voter guide is easy to use--simply enter your address and zip code to view information provided by the candidates! Click here

 

 

Legislation & Advocacy: www.georgiapta.org/leadership-legislation.html

Leadership Resources: georgiapta.org/leadership-resources.html

Capitol Watch Overview: ciclt.net/sn/new/n_main.aspx?ClientCode=gapta

News for Local Leaders: georgiapta.org/leadership-news.html

PTA is a national organization that was born with a spirit for advocacy. It was founded in Washington DC back on February 17, 1879 at a meeting of over 2000 parents, teachers, workers, and legislators as the National Congress of Mothers by Alice McLellan Birney and Phoebe Apperson Hearst. Still today, the “overall purpose of PTA is to make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children”, as it reads on its web page.

 

Here are some ways for you to become involved:


 

 


Note: In order to maintain a nonprofit status under federal rules, Georgia PTA (and all local units under its umbrella) is nonpartisan and works to direct its efforts at members of both political parties in order to enact change. When PTA officers or lobbyists participate in legislative activities that educate lawmakers about officially adopted PTA positions, or support a particular piece of legislation that is in agreement with the PTA Legislative Program, it is done on a strictly nonpartisan basis.

 

 


 

Register to Vote

 

You can register to vote here or in person at a Cobb County Library (http://www.cobbcat.org/libraries/). 

If you moved over the summer, please update your address at least 30 days before the November general election. Voters can do that online at http://www.cobbelections.org/ChangeYourAddress.php.

 

Make your voice heard!