Early voting began in Atlanta on Monday, Feb. 14, and continues for the March 6 ballot.
Besides the GOP presidential primary, the ballot also includes a vote on whether to continue a special tax that helps keep water and sewer rates down.
The Municipal Option Sales Tax is a 1-cent tax that applies to most goods purchased in the city. These funds allow visitors and business people who use the city’s water and sewer infrastructure but do not pay city water or sewer bills to help pay for upgrading and maintenance of the infrastructure.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp urges all voters to use the state's My Voter Page voter education website before participating in the presidential preference primary. The site allows voters to view their sample ballot, find the in-person advance voting locations in their county and their Election Day polling location, check their registration status, and track the status of their absentee ballot.