Advance voting comes to Mableton on Monday, October 29 through Friday, November 2 at the South Cobb Community Center, 620 Lions Club Drive daily from 8am to 7pm. During this time, any registered Cobb County voter can vote at any Advance Voting location. This printable flyer shows the other 11 locations and their hours.
There are no polling places open on November 3 (Saturday) or November 5 (Monday).
Election Day is Tuesday, November 6 and the polling places are open from 7am to 7pm. Voters in line at 7pm will be allowed to vote. This is your last chance to vote! On November 6, you can vote ONLY in your precinct, not all of the Advance voting locations. You can find your precinct at the Secretary of State’s website.
Review the sample ballot before you go. While you are on the Secretary of State’s website, take note of your US House, State Senate and State House districts. Then click the link for sample ballot. The sample ballot will show you the statewide races (Governor, Lieutenant Governor, etc.), Congressional races, State legislative contests and the Constitutional Amendments.
Whether voting early or on Election Day, at your polling location, you’ll be required to present a valid photo ID, such as a driver’s license, passport or government-issued voter identification card. If you arrive at the polls on Election Day and are unable to show one of the required forms of identification or there is an issue with your voter registration, you can request a provisional ballot. You will have three days from the close of polls to present acceptable identification to the county elections office for your vote to count. Voting must be readily accessible to disabled and elderly voters.
For more information or any questions, call Cobb Elections at 770-528-2581.