+Desertrat56 Posted November 26, 2022 #26 Share Posted November 26, 2022 16 hours ago, DieChecker said: Oh come on.... People can get a Absentee Ballot from 78 to 11 days before the election. And it has to arrive on, or before, voting day. So, basically from right after the last election you can request one and mail it in. You can also email it, or fill it out online and submit it. Or, hand it in on voting day. People saying they can't vote due to one Saturday being unavailable, are either stupid, or lazy, or trying to beat a dead horse. https://georgia.gov/vote-absentee-ballot The polls are open from 7 AM to 7 PM, so most everyone who wants to get in line can vote. The super long lines on voting day at the end of the day are THOSE people's fault, IMHO. They know the rules, and yet, like a kid waiting till midnight to do their homework, they show up at 7PM and then complain about the lines. https://georgia.gov/vote-in-person-election-day The only thing I see that would be an honest gripe is the hours of Early Voting. Where they close up at 5 PM, rather then 7 PM. So that constrains many who work later in the day. https://georgia.gov/vote-early-person Every state is different when it comes to absentee voting. For me it is easier to go to an early voting location (which are open on Saturday and Sunday) before the election in Albuquerque. The more people are encouraged and enabled to vote the better for both parties and the country. And anything that causes it to be more difficult for one group over others is wrong, whether it is state law or not. 2 Top Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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