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ELECTIONS UPDATE for the May 24 Primary

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May 1, 2022

Judge Orders 2 Cobb Precincts to Extend Hours | The two precincts in Marietta opened late

May 24, 2022 - Cobb County Superior Court Judge Gregory Poole signed an order this afternoon that will keep two precincts open past 7 p.m.

Poll workers experienced a delay in getting the precincts open promptly at 7 a.m.

The precincts involved are;

Marietta 5A (Zion Baptist Church) will be open until 7:10 p.m.

Marietta 5B (Turner Chapel AME) will be open until 7:13 p.m.

See the attached order for details
For those who didn’t take advantage of Advance Voting, polls across Cobb County will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for the primary election.

CHECK YOUR PRECINCT at the My Voter Page at

If you vote in the FAIR OAKS 04 precinct, there has been a change that might not be reflected on your voter card.  Visit this page for an update.

There are three cityhood referendums on the ballot.  Only those inside the proposed city limits can vote on those referendums.  More information on CITYHOOD REFERENDUMS can be found at
Advance Voting 
has closed.  Polls will be open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24.
The deadline for requesting an absentee ballot has passed.  For more information on how to return those ballots, please visit this link.
Cobb County Elections workers have been busy sorting new voter precinct cards and have been sending them off in the mail.  The 500,000 cards came from the Georgia Secretary of State’s office and represent the newly drawn districts for county and state elected offices. 

Because these changes were only made recently, the cards are just now being distributed.  If you do not receive a new card before you vote in the primary, you can always log in to your account on the state’s “My Voter” page to get your specific details.

Visit for that information.
starts Monday, May 2 at 10 locations in Cobb County for the May 24 primary election.

For dates, hours and to find a location near you:

To check out a map of Advance Voting locations AND approximate wait times, please click here.

Sample ballots can be found on the Cobb County Elections website here.
Download the general primary sample ballots:

Elections has been mailing ballots for the May 24 primary.  The deadline to submit an application is May 13.

The RUNOFF ELECTION in the House District 45 election is Tuesday, May 3.  Voters who would normally vote at the East Cobb Government Center as their assigned election day poll will be voting at the Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church on May 3.

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