State House District 50 encompasses the city of Johns Creek in Fulton County, Georgia. Georgia House District maps have yet to be approved by the Governor. Explore the unofficial map of House District 50 here.
Make your plan to vote and make it early!
Check your voter status and register by April 25 to vote in this election.
Request an absentee ballot online and have your ballot mailed to you! No excuse is required. Applications are accepted March 7 until May 13 for the May 24 Primary Election. Voted ballots must be received via mail or in-person by 7:00pm on Election Day in order to be counted. Drop box locations have yet been announced by the Fulton County Board of Elections.
Early in-person voting will be available for the May 24 Democratic primary election May 2 through May 20. To date, early voting days, locations have not been announced by Fulton County Board of Elections.
Election day is Tuesday, November 8 and polls are open from 7:00am to 7:00pm. You can only vote at your polling location on Election Day. You will need to enter your name, birthdate and county of residence to access your polling location.
Georgia state law provides for the use of primary elections to nominate a political party’s candidates for the general election. In Georgia, any voter can participate in any political party’s primary election regardless of their partisan affiliation.
Key Deadlines for May 24 Primary Election
April 25: Registration deadline
May 2- 20: Early Voting Period (days and times to be announced)
May 13: Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
Key Deadlines for November 8 General Election
October 11: Registration deadline
October 17-November 4: Early Voting Period (days and times to be announced)
October 28: Absentee Ballot Request Deadline
For more information about voting in Georgia, visit vote411.org/Georgia.