Election Day 2022 Polls open from 7 am to 7 pm

Photo of a Georgia flag in the background with a voter box in the foreground (stock photo).
(stock photo)

Nearly 70,000 Henry Countians cast their ballots during early voting. For the remaining 116,000 voters, polls are open this Tuesday, November 8, from 7 am to 7 pm. On the ballot are statewide officers, members of the Georgia General Assembly, and three seats on the Henry County Board of Commissioners.

Voters can check their polling place or view a sample ballot on the state’s My Voter Page. As a reminder, all voters must go to their assigned polling place on Election Day.

Election Day 2022

Voters can cast their ballots on Election Day 2022 between 7 am and 7 pm this Tuesday. Anyone in line at 7 o’clock will be able to vote. Here is what’s on the ballot:

  • US Senator from Georgia
  • US House of Representatives
  • Georgia Governor
  • Lieutenant Governor
  • Secretary of State
  • Attorney General
  • Agriculture Commissioner
  • State School Superintendent
  • Labor Commissioner
  • Insurance Commissioner
  • Georgia State Senate & State House
Map showing Henry County Commission District Maps passed in 2022 (Georgia photo).
Henry County Commission Districts (Georgia photo)

In addition, districts 3, 4 and 5 will elect a county commissioner. Candidates for each statewide office are available on the state’s My Voter Page. Candidates for county commissioner are as follows:

District 3 (shaded Yellow)

Distr. 4 (Green)

District 5 (Light Blue)

  • Edward Toney R
  • Kevin Lewis (website) D

Finally, Henry County voters will elect members of the local soil & water conservation district. Four candidates are vying for three positions:

  • Kyrishia Johnson
  • Mark Larue
  • George Patterson
  • Wade Simpson

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