Early Voting Continues Wednesday for State Senate District 21

The polling place for a special election to fill a seat vacated by Chip Rogers is in downtown Alpharetta.

Advance voting in the special election for Georgia Senate District 21 continues  Wednesday, Dec. 26, for parts of North Fulton and Cherokee County. less than a month after being reelected to another term.

Brandon Beach and Sean Jerguson both qualified for the state Senate seat.

Voters in North Fulton will be able to cast their ballot at a special polling place in downtown Alpharetta at 30 South Main Street, which formerly housed Main Street Antique Market. The polling place is in the small shopping center next to the parking lot for Alpharetta City Hall.

Polling Dates & Times

30 S Main St., Alpharetta

8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.

(Closed Dec. 24 & 25)
Dec. 26-28
Dec. 31
(Closed Jan. 1)

Jan. 2-4

The special election date has been set on Jan. 8, 2013, when all precinct polling places in the state Senate district are expected to be open.

Only eligible voters within state Senate District 21 are qualified to vote. Residents who vote in the following precincts are among those eligible:

Remember: These polling places will not be open during advance voting.

  • AP05 – Windward Fire Station
  • AP06 – Alpharetta Elementary School
  • AP07 & AP07B – St. James United Methodist Church
  • AP09A – Creek View Elementary School
  • AP10 – Milton Center
  • AP12A – Alpharetta High School
  • ML02A & ML02B – Birmingham Falls Elementary School
  • ML03 – Summit Hill Elementary School
  • ML04 – Hopewell Middle School
  • ML05 – Cogburn Woods Elementary School
  • ML06 – Manning Oaks Elementary School
  • ML07A & ML07B – Hopewell Baptist Church
Brian Davis December 24, 2012 at 03:51 AM
Alpharetta and Milton Residents lets step up to the plate and show Fulton County that we deserve an early voting site in downtown Alpharetta every election, not just these special elections. It is easy to do, takes 5 minutes, lets get it done!


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