GEORGIA’S 6-WEEK ABORTION BAN IN EFFECT. If you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant and need an abortion, seek care immediately. We are still providing abortion care up to the legal limit. Read what the 6-week ban means for you.
The right to vote is a Reproductive Justice Issue. With access to voting pushed further and further out of reach for Georgians, we want to make sure our communities feel prepared and supported as they vote in the Midterm elections this year. Access to voting is a Reproductive Justice issue. Equitable access to voting means our communities are represented and heard. Access means we have the space to make decisions about our bodies and decisions for our families.
Your vote counts, and your voice matters.
When we show up to vote, we can shape our future. Georgia legislators have passed a host of abortion bans that push reproductive healthcare further and further out of reach for Georgians. We have the power to elect legislators who reflect the values and the future of Georgia that we deserve.
February 5th – The last day to register to vote in the General Election Primaries
February 23rd – Last day to request absentee ballot for Primary Election
March 5th – Primary Elections
October 7th – The last day to register to vote in the General Election
October 25th – Last day to request absentee ballot for General Election
November 5th – General Election
BRING ONE OF THESE SEVEN IDS TO VOTE IN PERSON:
Early voting permits GA citizens to cast ballots in person at a polling place prior to an election. In Georgia, a voter does not have to provide an excuse for being unable to vote on Election Day. Anyone who is registered to vote in Georgia can vote early at your local polling locations
Find yours here: www.mvp.sos.ga.gov
Unfortunately, our patient portal is currently experiencing technical difficulties. We ask that patients reach out via phone while we tend to this issue.