Town hall meeting tonight / Early Voting starts


Town Hall Tonight

I wanted to send a reminder about my town hall meeting this evening from 6:30-7:30 PM at the Chamblee Civic Center, 3540 Broad Street, Chamblee, 30341. I'll be giving a summary of the 2018 legislative session. We will start and end on time; please join us if you can.

Early Voting Begins Today in DeKalb and Gwinnett

This link has the hours of operation for all locations. It also has information about Saturday and Sunday voting.
Here is an additional link with information, to include a link to a map with the early voting locations.

The following locations will be open for in-person advance voting Monday through May 18th:

- DeKalb Voter Registration & Elections Office (including a separate area exclusively for seniors and disabled votes), 4380 Memorial Drive in Decatur
- The Gallery at South DeKalb Mall, 2801 Candler Rd in Decatur
- Dunwoody Library, 5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd in Dunwoody

From May 14-18, an additional seven locations will be open from 7 AM to 7 PM including:

- Briarwood Recreation Center, 2235 Briarwood Way NE in Brookhaven
- North DeKalb Senior Center, 3301 Malone Drive in Chamblee
- Reid H. Cofer Library, 5234 LaVista Road in Tucker


Here is a link with information about early voting in Gwinnett.


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