Ga. Secretary of State Rolls Out 'My Voter Page'

4:00 PM, Jul 19, 2010   |    comments
Georgia electronic voting cards and voter stickers (CNN)
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ATLANTA -- With Georgia's Primary Election right around the corner, there are some really cool, easy to use resources for voters online.

In just a few short clicks, Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp shows how any registered Georgia voter can learn where and how to vote.  It's called the "My Voter Page" and it's found on the Secretary's website.

"It's just a great tool to help educate folks before they go vote," Kemp said Thursday.  "We certainly want to encourage people to vote and be a part of the process.  But I think one of the other things that I should do as Secretary of State is make sure that our voters are educated when they go into the polls."

For the upcoming primary election, voters can vote in one of three ways:

  • You can vote early in person
  • Early by absentee
  • In person on Election Day

Also on the site is a voter fraud tip line.  The Secretary of State's office is making it easy to report problems at the polls either online of by phone.  "We'll look into that and make sure that we're taking care of bad folks who may be trying to manipulate an election," Kemp said.

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