Friday September 30th, 2022 12:43PM

Voter registration deadline for presidential primaries is Monday

By Ken Stanford Contributing Editor

Monday is the deadline to register to vote in Georgia's presidential primaries which will include school bond referendums and extension of an education sales tax in Gainesville and Hall County.

There are already more than 7.2 million registered voters in Georgia, according to the Secretary of State's office. More than 460,000 people registered to vote last year, 78 percent did automatically through the Department of Driver Services.

Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger adds that all Georgians should check their voter registration information to make sure they are still registered where they currently reside.  You can check your registration status using the My Voter Page (MVP) website ( ).  If you cannot find your registration using the MVP website, or your information displayed on the MVP website is not accurate, you can submit a new voter registration application or update the information in your existing registration online at:

Registration is also possible at county elections offices, state agencies that provide food stamps and Medicaid and mental health, military recruiting centers and public libraries.

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