Municipal elections get under way, Advance Voting in DeKalb County Oct. 12-29

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DEKALB COUNTY, GA—Advance voting for the Nov. 2 municipal and special elections began today and ends on Oct. 29. Designated polling precincts will be open during the week on Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Saturday advance voting days are Oct. 16 and Oct. 23, 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Sunday     advance voting days are Oct. 17 and Oct. 24, noon until 5 p.m.

Drop boxes are under 24-hour surveillance inside designated advance voting locations and are only available during advance voting hours.

For more information, visit www.DeKalbVotes.com or call 404-298-4020.

DeKalb County’s Board of Registration and Elections is reminding voters of four polling precinct changes as they head to the polls. Some voters in Chamblee, Doraville and Stonecrest have been assigned a new polling location this election cycle. DeKalb elections officials said residents impacted received correspondence in the mail regarding their new polling location.

Following are the polling location changes:

 

Previous Polling Location New Polling Location
Chamblee Civic Center

3540 Broad Street

Chamblee 30341

Chamblee Public Safety/Municipal Court, 4445 Buford Highway NE, Chamblee 30341
Doraville City Hall

3725 Park Avenue

Doraville 30340

Doraville Civic Center, 377- Central Ave., Doraville 30340
Rock of Ages Lutheran Church

5135 Memorial Drive

Stone Mountain 30083

Georgia Piedmont Technical College-Clarkston, 495 N. Indian Creek Drive, Clarkston 30021
City of Stonecrest Annex

(Sears Building-Stonecrest Mall)

2929 Turner Hill Road

Stonecrest 30038

Stonecrest Library, 3123 Klondike Road, Stonecrest 30038

2021 Key Dates to Remember:

Oct. 4 Last day to register to vote for Nov. 2 General Election

Oct. 12 – Oct. 29- Advance Voting period

Oct. 16, 23-   Saturday Voting

Oct. 22-  Last day to submit absentee ballot application for Nov. 2- General Election, Special Election

Nov. 19  Last day to submit absentee ballot application for November General Election Runoff

Nov. 30  General Election/Special Election Runoff Date

On Election Day, DeKalb VRE will have staff stationed at changed polling locations to redirect voters. Signage will also be posted onsite at previous polling locations to alert voters of the change.

 

One comment

  • S

    October 17, 2021 at 8:49 pm

    My commissioner time hasn’t ran out,but when it does..unless someone outdoes him,more than likely,I will vote for him again.Although there were some bumps and bruises with him..overall,he tries to get what the people want.

    Although I don’t live in the Stonecrest community,there are two candidates from there that fascinates me: Jazzmin Cobble and Kwabena Nkromo.

    I’m impressed with political candidates who will fight on the behalf of their citizens and / or their local government. With Jazzmin,she stood up against the school bully.. the Mayor .She didn’t run and I’m glad that she didn’t.Right now, Stonecrest needs help . The last thing the city needs is to look bad and it doesn’t help that the head honcho is damaging their reputation.

    I barely ” know” Kwabena Nkromo,but I like what the man is saying when it comes to literally improving his and other communities.I don’t think he want to run for office just to run.Kwabena seems to have a passion for people. He hears them out and mainly want to keep people healthy and I’m on board with that.

    I also agree with Kwabena about brining a Farmers market. He mentioned doing some farming ( I believe) in the West End and I’m just fascinated of the various health food restaurants to select from from birth and those that continue to open there .

    While I believe that there should be a diversity of foods that people should eat,in most Black communities, all the people get is fast/ unhealthy processed food. As a kid,my siblings and I would spend days I’m Southwest Georgia with my late maternal grandmother where she had a small garden that consisted of squash,mint,turnip and collard greens and when she wasn’t able to get any from her garden,she would go to walk to her neighborhood to get some.
    Those were the fun days ..where fresh produce barely cost you anything and where we could help her with her garden.

    Besides Jazzmin,I pray that Kwabena win their perspective positions. Stonecrest and just the South DeKalb Community as a whole, who will bring something different to the table.

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