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Advance voting for the Nov. 6 General and Special Elections is available for registered Forsyth County voters this Saturday, Oct. 27, at the following locations between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.:

Forsyth County Elections Office (NEW LOCATION: 1201 Sawnee Dr.) 
Hampton Park Library (5345 Settingdown Rd.)
Midway Park Community Building (5100 Post Rd.)
Sharon Springs Park Community Building (1950 Sharon Rd.)
 

Registered voters can also take advantage of advance voting for the Nov. 6 election between Monday, Oct. 29, and Friday, Nov. 2 during the following times:


Dates
Forsyth
County
Elections
Office
Hampton
Park
Library


Sharon
Springs
Park


  Midway
  Park


Mon, 10/29
Wed, 10/31 &
Fri, 11/2

 
 8am-4:30pm
 
 8am-5pm 
 
 8am-5pm
 
 8am-5pm





Tue, 10/30 &
Thur, 11/1
 8am-4:30pm  8am-7pm
 8am-7pm  8am-7pm

REMINDER: The Forsyth County Administration Building and Cumming City Hall are no longer open for advance voting.

Please note there is no voting at any location on the Monday prior to any election.

For all in-person voting, voters should remember to bring one of the six acceptable forms of photo identification. For details and to view a sample ballot, visit the Voter Registration and Elections Department page of the Forsyth County website at www.forsythco.com, call (770) 781-2118, ext. 9. or visit the My Voter Page at www.mvp.sos.ga.gov.

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