Thank you for visiting Moving Henry Forward to learn more about the upcoming 2022 elections in Henry County. The May 24, 2022 primary features candidates for statewide office, US Senate and House, as well as Georgia General Assembly. In addition, portions of Henry County have county commissioner and / or school board member on their ballot. Finally, there will be a non-partisan election for judges.
Georgians can register to vote as early as 17.5 years old, and begin voting once 18. Individuals can register to vote or update their voter registration (in case of an address change) through the Secretary of Stateâ€™s office.
The deadline to register to vote and participate in the May 24 primary is April 25.
|General Primary Election & Non-Partisan Election||May 24, 2022|
|General Primary Run-off & Non-Partisan Run-off (if needed)||June 21, 2022|
|General Election||November 8, 2022|
|General Election Run-off (if needed)||December 6, 2022|
Early Voting Schedule
Georgia provides three weeks of early voting before the election, including weekends. Henry County offers several early voting sites throughout the county. Voters may participate at whichever location in the county is most convenient to them.
Election Day Polling Places
Elections for federal, state, and county offices are conducted at county polling places. Not sure which polling place is yours? Visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page for the most up-to-date information.
Unlike early voting discussed above, Election Day voters must vote at their assigned polling place.
The qualified candidates webpage lists qualified candidates in local contests. Moving Henry Forward does not provide candidate lists for statewide officers or US Congress. Instead, I recommend Ballotpedia to find out more about these races.
Qualifying occurred the week of March 7-11. Check out my candidate qualifying page for the list.
Not sure in which district you reside? Visit my district maps page.
In closing, thank you for your interest in the upcoming election. Moving Henry Forward encourages all voters to participate at the ballot box. If you notice an error on this page, please contact the page via Facebook message so that I can correct it.
Last updated on May 2, 2022