Georgia’s voting laws have changed a lot since the 2020 election cycle, when Georgia voted for President Joe Biden and two Democratic U.S. senators.
One of the biggest differences can be found in the way you vote by mail. There’s now a shorter window to request a ballot, new requirements to prove you’re the one requesting and voting that ballot as well as changes to when you can use drop boxes to return it.
It can be a lot, and potentially confusing - but it doesn’t have to be.
On this week’s episode, we’ll walk you through what you need to know to use a mail-in absentee ballot under Georgia’s new voting law to make sure your vote counts.