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U.S. 6th Congressional District and Senate District 32 in Georgia State

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SAMPLE BALLOTS FOR APRIL 18, 2017 SPECIAL ELECTION (6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT AND STATE SENATE DISTRICT 32) February 13, 2017: First day for counties to issue absentee ballots March 27 – April 14, 2017: Advance Voting April 8, 2017: Saturday Voting April 18, 2017: Election Day May 16, 2017: Runoff date for Senate District 32 (if necessary) June 20, 2017: Runoff date for the 6th Congressional District (if necessary) Please click on your county below to view your sample ballot.

SAMPLE BALLOTS FOR APRIL 18, 2017 SPECIAL ELECTION  (6TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT AND STATE SENATE DISTRICT 32)

February 13, 2017: First day for counties to issue absentee ballots

March 27 – April 14, 2017: Advance Voting

April 8, 2017: Saturday Voting

April 18, 2017: Election Day

May 16, 2017: Runoff date for Senate District 32 (if necessary)

June 20, 2017: Runoff date for the 6th Congressional District (if necessary)


Please click on your county below to view your sample ballot.

Cobb- (Within Senate District 32) 
Cobb- (Not in Senate District 32) 
Cobb- (Within Senate District 32, not in 6th Congressional District) 
DeKalb- (6th Congressional District Only) 
Fulton- (Within Senate District 32) 
Fulton- (Not in Senate District 32) 
Fulton- (Within Senate District 32, not in 6th Congressional District) 

Click HERE to view a map of Senate District 32. 

Click HERE to view a map of the 6th Congressional District. 

KEMP GEARS UP FOR ELECTION DAY ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Secretary of State Brian Kemp reminds registered Georgia voters that advance in-person voting ends this Friday, April 14 for the April 18 special elections in the 6th Congressional District and state Senate District 32. Kemp encourages voters to get engaged leading up to Election Day. “The right to vote for our public officials should never be taken for granted,” stated Secretary Kemp. “I am encouraging all eligible voters to go to the polls and ensure their voice is heard in these important elections.” To further promote participation on April 18, Secretary Kemp is encouraging voters to engage with his office through social media to relay their Election Day experience. Voters can also use Secretary Kemp’s Facebook and Twitter to report irregularities or election complaints. All complaints are promptly reviewed by the office’s Investigation Division’s P.O.S.T.-certified law enforcement officers, and if warranted, officers will open a formal State Election Board investigation. The office also receives complaints through the “Stop Voter Fraud” website and hotline (877-725-9797). On April 18, Secretary Kemp will dispatch investigators to strategic locations in metro-Atlanta to monitor Election Day voting and respond to any reports of suspicious activity. “In addition to the informational resources and tools we offer Georgians, we also work to ensure Georgians have secure, accessible, and fair elections in our state,” said Kemp. “Communication with Georgia voters is key, and we bring all assets to bear on Election Day.” Georgia voters can use the office’s “My Voter Page” or download the “GA SOS” app for Apple and Android devices to check registration status, view a sample ballot, and find their voting location.On Election Day, the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Secretary Kemp reminds Georgians that photography is prohibited in a polling place when voting is underway unless the poll manager gives approval, which is often provided for limited media coverage. It is illegal to take pictures of a ballot or voting equipment. In previous elections, voters have posted “ballot selfies” on social media in violation of statutory law. “If you are going to post about your voting experience on social media, I encourage you to post your peach voting sticker, not your ballot,” said Kemp. “Georgia law intends to preserve secrecy of the ballot for all voters.” The 6th Congressional District covers parts of Cobb, DeKalb, and Fulton counties. State Senate District 32 covers parts of Cobb and Fulton counties. In the state Senate District 32 race, a run-off election, if needed, will be held on May 16, 2017. In the 6thCongressional District race, a run-off election, if needed, will be held on June 20, 2017. Georgians can reference other important dates for the 2017 election cycle on the office’s website. Brian Kemp has been Secretary of State since January 2010. Among the office’s wide-ranging responsibilities, the Secretary of State is charged with conducting secure, accessible, and fair elections, the registration of corporations, and the regulation of securities, charities, and professional license holders. For more information about the office, go to www.sos.ga.gov or follow Secretary Kemp on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube. http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/general/kemp_gears_up_for_election_day

EIGHT CANDIDATES QUALIFY FOR STATE SENATE DISTRICT 32 RACE ATLANTA, GEORGIA – Eight candidates have officially qualified for the April 18, 2017 Special Election for State Senate District 32. This week, Secretary of State Brian Kemp hosted qualifying to fill the seat vacated by Judson Hill from the Georgia Senate. Qualifying closed at 1 p.m. today. Five Republican candidates – Hamilton Beck, Matt Campbell, Roy Daniels, Kay Kirkpatrick, and Gus Makris – qualified for the race. Three Democratic candidates – Christine Triebsch, Exton Howard, and Bob Wiskind – also qualified for the race. March 20, 2017 is the last day to register to vote for all persons who are not currently registered to vote and who desire to vote in the special election. Advance in-person voting will begin on Monday, March 27, 2017. On Election Day, the polls will be open from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. A run-off election, if needed, will be held on May 16, 2017. State Senate District 32 includes portions of Cobb and Fulton counties. Qualified candidate information can be found on the Secretary of State’s website. Brian Kemp has been Secretary of State since January 2010. Among the office’s wide-ranging responsibilities, the Secretary of State is charged with conducting secure, accessible, and fair elections, the registration of corporations, and the regulation of securities, charities, and professional license holders. For more information about the office, go to www.sos.ga.gov or follow Secretary Kemp on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or YouTube. http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/elections/eight_candidates_qualify_for_state_senate_district_32_race

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