Advance Voting


Advance voting, also called early voting, is an easy and convenient way to cast your ballot. During advance voting, registered voters can vote at any DeKalb County advance voting site. 

Advance Voting dates for March's Presidential Preference Primary are as follows:

Monday–Friday (Feb. 19–Mar. 8), 7 a.m.–7 p.m. Saturday (Feb. 24 & Mar. 2), 9 a.m.–6 p.m. Sunday (Feb. 25 & Mar. 3), 12 p.m.–5 p.m.
* These sites are also drop box locations

Berean Christian Church
2201 Young Road 
Stone Mountain, GA 30088

Bessie Branham Recreation Center
2051 Delano Dr. NE
Atlanta, GA 30317

Clarkston Library
951 N. Indian Creek Drive
Clarkston, GA 30021

County Line-Ellenwood Library
4331 River Road
Ellenwood, GA 30294

DeKalb Voter Registration & Elections Office *
4380 Memorial Dr.
Decatur, GA 30032

Dunwoody Library* 
5339 Chamblee Dunwoody Road
Dunwoody, GA 30338

Emory University 
1599 Clifton Road
Atlanta, GA 30322

Lynwood Recreation Center 
3360 Osborne Rd. NE
Atlanta, GA 30319

Old Chamblee City Hall
5468 Peachtree Road
Chamblee, GA 30341

The Gallery at South DeKalb (South DeKalb Mall) *
2801 Candler Road
Decatur, GA 30034

Stonecrest (former Sam's Club) *
2994 Turner Hill Rd.
Lithonia, GA 30038

Tucker-Reid H. Cofer Library *
5234 Lavista Road
Tucker, GA 30084

Wesley Chapel-William C. Brown Library
2861 Wesley Chapel Road
Decatur, GA 30034

Additional Advance Voting dates for the Presidential Preference Primary Election are Monday–Friday (Mar 4. –Mar. 8), 7 a.m.–7 p.m. 

Beulah Missionary Baptist Church
2340 Clifton Springs Road
Decatur, GA 30338

Salem-Panola Library
5137 Salem Road
Lithonia, GA 30038


Wait Times and Counts

GIS Election Dashboard

Before You Go

If you are a voter with a physical disability or are 75 years of age and older, you do not need to wait in line. Just walk to the entrance and a poll worker will assist you in casting your ballot.

Restrooms are available, if needed, at many of our Advance Voting locations.

Please be sure to wear a mask and practice social distancing at all times. We encourage you to be a good neighbor while waiting in line.

What to bring with you for in-person voting:

  • A valid ID, such as a driver’s license, passport, or voter identification card
  • A mask to help ensure your safety and the safety of the poll workers and voters around you.
  • Chair, water, and snacks if the location has a long wait line
  • Your absentee ballot if you are wanting to vote in-person instead. If you do not have your absentee ballot, you will need to sign an affidavit stating that you are instead casting your ballot in-person.