Lucy McBathU.S. Rep. 6th District of Georgia
Congresswoman Lucy McBath (D) is running for re-election to represent Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.
Since the death of her son Jordan Davis, Lucy McBath has advocated for common sense gun reform. If elected, she will continue to champion gun safety, and advocate for reforms to improve our education system, affordable healthcare, infrastructure, and the economy.
In her first year in Congress, Rep. McBath has successfully bipartisan efforts, including:
- Co-sponsored and passed landmark measures to lower prescription drug costs and prevent gun violence.
- Passed her bill to benefit veterans facing financial hardship.
- Voted to save $310 million in highway funding for Georgia and secured $5 million in federal funding to improve transportation infrastructure.
This election season, vote Lucy McBath to represent Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. The district includes all or portions of Roswell, Johns Creek, Tucker, Alpharetta, Marietta, Milton, Mountain Park, Sandy Springs, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville, and Dunwoody within DeKalb, Fulton, and Cobb counties.
You must be a registered voter to participate in this election. Register to vote today or check your registration status on the Secretary of State website.
Vote early to avoid lines and wait times at the polls. You can also cast your ballot safely and securely by voting by mail as soon as possible.
Election day polling locations will also be open on Election Day, November 3 from 7 AM to 7 PM. An acceptable form of ID is required to vote. Find your nearest polling place by visiting the Georgia’s Secretary of State My Voter Page website.
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- Date of birth
To register in-person (or by mail), you can pick up a paper application at any county elections office, library, Department of Motor Vehicles offices, or U.S. post office.
Early voting kicks off on October 15, 2018. Use the Secretary of State’s website to find early voting information for your county.