Your Voice, Your Vote: Georgia’s Republican Primary ElectionsPosted by chris on Jul 31, 2012
Today, voters just like you across every corner of our great state will have the opportunity to take to the polls and voice their opinion on our Party’s Primary Election ballot. In addition to choosing the Republican candidates that will ultimately appear on November’s General Election ballot, you will also have the opportunity to vote on various ballot referendums and respond to five non-binding ballot questions that the Georgia Republican Party has approved for this year’s Primary Election.
As a reminder, all polls will be open from 7:00 AM – 7:00 PM!
If you would like to check your polling location or view a sample ballot, please be sure to visit the Secretary of State’s ‘My Voter Page’ by clicking here.
For all other questions, including information on Georgia’s Voter ID requirements, please visit the Georgia Republican Party’s Elections Information Page at www.gagop.org/elections/.
For your convenience, and to afford you the opportunity to carefully consider these questions before you vote, our Party’s non-binding ballot questions are as follows:
•Should Georgia have casino gambling with funds going to education?
•Do you support ending the current practice of unlimited gifts from lobbyists to state legislators by imposing a $100 cap on such gifts?
•Should active duty military personnel who are under the age of 21 be allowed to obtain a Georgia weapons license?
•Should Citizens who wish to vote in a primary election be required to register by their political party affiliation at least thirty (30) days prior to such primary election?
•Should the Constitution of Georgia be amended so as to provide that the paramount right to life is vested in each innocent human being from his or her earliest biological beginning without regard to age, race, sex, health, function, or condition of dependency?
Should you have any additional questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Secretary of State’s Elections Office at (404) 656-2871, or find your County Elections Office by clicking here.
I look forward to seeing you at the polls!
All my best,
Sue P. Everhart, Chairman