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RevUp GA Voter Advocacy & Education Day

RevUp Georgia’s Grassroots Connectors presented this Virtual Voter Advocacy & Education Day on Thursday, October 28, 2021 at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church, Savannah, GA. During this event we shared stories and voting experiences from people with and without disabilities, and we provided information on the Elections Integrity Act of Georgia.

Check the Secretary of State’s 2021 State Election Calendar to make sure you do not miss an election in your local area.

Georgia Disability Vote Partnership Banner

GAO Voter Hotline 1-800-537-2329



Click HERE to Make sure your Voter Registration MATCHES your Georgia ID and Apply for your Absentee Ballot!

The Arc Georgia’s Partner in Disability Voting Rights Advocacy – AAPD

Voting by Mail or Dropbox REV UP/AAPD 

  • Can I vote by mail?
    • Any Georgia voter can vote absentee by mail without an excuse.



  • How do I fill out my absentee ballot?
    • Georgia does not have an electronic absentee ballot (yet) available for voters with disabilities, so you must complete a paper absentee ballot. Make sure to sign your ballot or envelope when prompted, since Georgia requires this signature to match your past signatures. If receiving assistance, the person assisting you must sign an oath on the ballot envelope or the application.


  • What if I want assistance with my ballot? You may choose someone to assist you with completing your ballot.
    • The person assisting you must sign an oath on the ballot envelope or the application.


  • How do I return my ballot? You can mail your ballot to your county election office or deliver it to a drop-box point.
    • Contact your county registrar to find out where you can drop-off your ballot. Your ballot must be received by election day, so request your ballot as soon as possible if you plan to vote by mail!


  • Do I need an ID?
    • SB202 changed this answer – YES!  You do need an ID when voting by mail.


  • Can I track my ballot?



Plain Language Voting Resources

Secretary of State’s My Voter Page (MVP)
Use the MVP Log In to check your:
  • Voter registration status
  • Mail-In application and ballot status
  • Poll location
  • Early voting locations
  • Elected Officials
  • Registration information on file with the county office
  • Sample ballot for the upcoming election
  • Provisional Ballot status