Political Participation & Engagement

Fayette Democratic Women are taking charge with a very active and laser focused Political Action Committee. They are recruiting candidates and coordinating candidate training. As we have gained Democratic candidates at every level of office, they are offering valuable research so you can be more informed with your vote in the upcoming primary on June 9th. Click here for the May 4th Report.

HELP US TURN GA BLUE 2020

Want to Help Get Dems elected in November 2020? Worried about the risk of knocking on doors or meeting for a phone bank in the era of Covid-19. Georgia Democrats are rolling out Virtual Phone Banking. Sign up for training every Thursday and Friday.

Everything you need to know about voting by mail – checking your registration, requesting a ballot, sending in that ballot and confirming it is counted can be found here: CLICK Details & How to Video

BE INFORMED

June 9th is your opportunity to decide who will be on the ballot in November to defeat Republicans. The US Senate battle to replace Sen David Purdue is critical our efforts to FLIP the US Senate. We need to pick a candidate that can be victorious in November.

 

Please take the time to watch/listen to the two events FCDC & FDW have co-sponsored to help you Be Informed:

 

Candidate Forum > Each Candidate was given time to share their platform. CLICK HERE

 

Candidate Debate > Each Candidate was questioned on their record and positions. CLICK HERE

 

Additionally, there are many other races that you may make the deciding vote on who gets on the ticket in November. The Atlanta Press Club Loudermilk-Young Debate Series, in partnership with GPB, hosted a series of primary election debates for U.S. Senate, Congressional Districts 6, 7, 8, 13, 14 and Public Service Commission District 4. They include both Republican and Democratic candidates on the June 9th ballot. You can watch them here: CLICK for Video Replay.

Voting is an important right in our society. By voting, you are making your voice heard and registering your opinion on how you think the government should operate.

Voter Registration

Fayette County Voter Registration

Stonewall Administrative Complex
140 Stonewall Avenue West, Suite 208
Fayetteville, GA 30214
Telephone: 770.305.5408
Fax Number: 770.305.5449

Precinct Info

View Fayette County Voting Precincts

Voter Information

View Your Voter Information

Absentee Ballots

Application for Official Absentee / Advance Ballot: Mail, fax, email, (as an attachment), or present the form in person to the Fayette County Board of Elections and Voter Registration Office:

Fayette County Board of Elections and Voter Registration
140 Stonewall Avenue West
Suite 208
Fayetteville, GA 30214

Phone: 770.305.5408 or FAX: 770.305.5449

Email:Electionsgroup@fayettecountyga.gov

Application for Official Absentee Ballot

Political Action Links

Ballotpedia

Ballotpedia is the digital encyclopedia of American politics and elections. Our goal is to inform people about politics by providing accurate and objective information about politics at all levels of government. We are firmly committed to neutrality in our content. READ MORE

GeorgiaPol

Let’s start with a bit about ourselves and why we are here. GeorgiaPol.com strives to be “the” media hub for news, analysis, opinion, and discussion of politics and policy in the state of Georgia. READ MORE…..

WINList

Georgia WIN List is a grassroots Political Action Committee (PAC) dedicated to changing the face of power in Georgia by recruiting, training, supporting, electing and re-electing Democratic women for statewide and legislative office. READ MORE….

Planned Parenthood Georgia

What you need to know about the fight for reproductive rights in Georgia. READ MORE

Emily’s List

We ignite change by getting pro-choice Democratic women elected to office. READ MORE

Naral Georgia

NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia is the grassroots pro-choice advocacy organization in Georgia fighting for reproductive freedom for all. READ MORE

Stopping Gun Violence

Moms Demand Action, Every town and Gun Violence Survivors Urge Georgia Lawmakers to Prioritize Public Safety. READ MORE