Advance Voting for the May 24 General Primary and NonPartisan General Election will run through Friday, May 20.

Forsyth County registered voters may cast their ballot during the final third week of Advance Voting at one of five locations during the hours listed below.

Advance Voting Hours and Locations

The Week Before Election Day (May 16-20), from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Cumming City Hall, 100 Main Street, Cumming, Georgia 30040
Hampton Park Library, 5345 Settingdown Road, Cumming, Georgia 30041
Midway Park Community Building, 5100 Post Road, Cumming, Georgia 30040

Sharon Springs Park Community Building, 1950 Sharon Road, Cumming, Georgia 30041


The Advance Voting Hours for the County Administration Building located at 110 E. Main Street, Cumming, Georgia 30040 are different from the other four locations listed above and are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on all dates listed above.


Please note there is no voting of any kind the Monday prior to an 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 Registrations and Elections Department page of the Forsyth County website.


To receive more election information, including details about voting by mail, call (770) 781-2118, ext. 9 or visit

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