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What You Need to Know About the January 5 Georgia Senate Runoffs

Early In-Person Voting: Begins December 14

Last Day to Request an Absentee Ballot: January 1

Recommended Deadline for Returning Your Absentee Ballot by Mail: December 28

Excuse to Vote Absentee? None needed

Voter ID Required? Yes

Last Day to Register to Vote: December 7

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Jon Ossoff (D)

Challenger
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Raphael Warnock (D)

Challenger
  • Will work for greater access to birth control and safe, legal abortion — and will fight abortion bans and restrictions.

  • Led a rally for Medicaid expansion in Georgia, and consistently stands up for Georgians who face systemic barriers and discrimination in health care.

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David Perdue (R)

Incumbent
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Kelly Loeffler (R)

Incumbent
  • Sold millions of dollars in stock after receiving a classified government briefing about the developing coronavirus pandemic — prioritizing her personal fortune over millions of Americans who were about to lose their jobs and health insurance.

  • Has sponsored and co-sponsored multiple bills restricting and banning abortion.

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Register to Vote

Turning 18 or older by January 5? You can vote in the runoffs — but first, get registered before December 7.

Request an Absentee Ballot

Cast your vote safely and securely from home.

Search for Early Voting Locations

Want to vote before January 5? Find an elections office or voting site.