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2020 Georgia Election

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



Rev. Raphael Warnock is a champion for reproductive health and rights who will fight passionately for equitable access to health care.

I have been an advocate for reproductive justice my entire life. As a U.S. Senator, I promise to fight for and protect access to reproductive health care.

Rev. Raphael Warnock, 5/20/20

Source: Twitter

  • Rev. Warnock is the senior pastor of Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the church once led by Martin Luther King, Jr. Before joining the clergy, Rev. Warnock worked as a sexual health educator in his community.

  • Throughout his career, Rev. Warnock has been a passionate advocate for reproductive rights. He has called for greater access to birth control and safe, legal abortion — and will fight abortion bans and restrictions in the U.S. Senate.

  • Rev. Warnock has repeatedly stood up on behalf of Georgians who face systemic barriers and discrimination in health care, and in other areas of their lives. In 2014, he led a sit-in at the Georgia Capitol to advocate for Medicaid expansion. 


The spouse of the chairman of the New York Stock Exchange, and a staunch opponent of abortion access, Sen. Loeffler has become notorious for profiting off the COVID-19 pandemic.

As a woman of devout faith and a pro-life conservative, I will always seek ways to advance and promote pro-life policies in the U.S. Senate.

Sen. Kelly Loeffler, 1/9/20

Source: Twitter

  • The National Right to Life Committee has called Sen. Loeffler one of the “most vocal” abortion opponents in Washington.

  • Since being appointed to the Senate in January, Sen. Loeffler has sponsored and co-sponsored multiple bills restricting and banning abortion. She also urged Trump to retain the harmful ban on federally supported fetal tissue research — even though this research could help find treatments and cures for COVID-19.

  • In early 2020, Sen. Loeffler sold millions of dollars worth of stocks after receiving information at private senatorial briefings about the developing coronavirus pandemic. Soon afterward, millions of Americans lost their jobs and health insurance.

  • As a co-owner of the Atlanta Dream women's basketball team, Sen. Loeffler used her position to try to stop the WNBA from giving players warm-up jerseys emblazoned with the phrases "Black Lives Matter" and "Say Her Name." A former Dream team member said Sen. Loeffler is “[h]appy to own us as long as we stay quiet and perform.”