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		                                    Sinai MitzVotes		                                </span>

Your vote is your opportunity to make your voice heard! 

The Union for Reform Judaism is promoting the Religious Action Center’s “Every Voice, Every Vote” campaign. As a Reform synagogue, Temple Sinai wants to be a 100% voting congregation. 

2020 Georgia Runoff Election Schedule

  • Absentee ballots begin mailing – 11/18/2020
  • Last day to register to vote – 12/7/2020
  • In-Person early voting begins – 12/14/2020
  • Election Day – 1/5/2021

Register to vote, confirm your polling location and check your registration or absentee ballot status here.

Vote by Mail
Absentee voting is available and no excuse is required. The last day to request an absentee ballot is Friday before the election. Voted ballots must be received by Election Day at 7:00 pm in order to be counted.

Simply click here, print your absentee ballot application and submit your application by mail, by fax or in-person to your local county elections office.

For assistance completing your absentee ballot application, please visit this link. Upon completion, confirm your absentee ballot status online here.

If you have received an absentee ballot and have decided that you would instead like to vote in person, you must bring your absentee ballot to the polls with you and hand it to the poll worker. If you applied for an absentee ballot and never received it, you will be asked to sign an affidavit before voting in person.

Vote In-Person
If at all possible, consider voting in person early between December 14 through January 5 at your polling location.

For your personal safety, we encourage you to wear a mask, bring your own hand sanitizer and maintain a social distance of minimum 6 feet from others whenever possible.

To confirm your polling location, please click here. 

Be sure to bring your ID! Personal identification is required in order for you to vote.

If you or someone you know are in need of a ride to an absentee ballot box or to the polls up through January 5, please email Earl Wasserman.

Additional Resources & Greater Atlanta Volunteer Opportunities

•  Click here to learn more about our partner organization New Georgia Project, their mission and their work.

•  Join the Souls to the Polls initiative and help provide voter ID assistance so that all eligible voters can cast their ballots. Leading up to the Georgia Senate runoff, VoteRiders is conducting outreach to Georgia's marginalized communities most affected by voter ID laws. Click here for more information and email the Georgia organizer, Elena Weissmann with questions here.

•  For additional non-partisan information on voting in the state of Georgia provided by the League of Women Voters, visit this link.

•  Be a Poll Worker in your county. Help is still needed in counties across Metro Atlanta! Sign Up Here

•  Deliver pizza to polling locations with long lines! Learn More Here

•  Drive voters to the polls. Sign Up Here

Share Your Voting Selfies!

Voted? Download and share this picture, along with your voting selfie on your social media pages with the hashtag #SinaiMitzvotes.

Tue, January 19 2021 6 Sh'vat 5781