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Election Day Tuesday: How and where to vote in Forsyth County
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To cast a ballot Tuesday, registered Forsyth County voters must go to their designated precinct, which is one of the following:

• Big Creek: FIRST REDEEMER CHURCH, 2100 Peachtree Parkway

• Brandywine: CALVARY CHAPEL, 200 James Road

• Browns Bridge: BROWNS BRIDGE CHURCH, 3860 Browns Bridge Road

• Chestatee: HARMONY GROVE BAPTIST CHURCH, 5470 Keith Bridge Road

• Coal Mountain: COAL MOUNTAIN PARK COMMUNITY BUILDING, 3560 Settingdown Road

• Crossroads: HAMPTON PARK LIBRARY, 5345 Settingdown Road

• Cumming: CUMMING CITY HALL, 100 Main Street

• Mashburn: LANIER UNITED METHODIST CHURCH, 1979 Buford Highway

• Midway: MIDWAY PARK COMMUNITY BUILDING, 5100 Post Road

• Heardsville: SAWNEE MOUNTAIN PARK COMMUNITY BUILDING, 3995 Watson Road

• Otwell: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 1597 Sawnee Drive

• Old Atlanta: OLDE ATLANTA CLUBHOUSE, 5745 Olde Atlanta Parkway

• South Forsyth: SHARON SPRINGS PARK COMMUNITY BUILDING, 1950 Sharon Road

• Windermere: WINDERMERE LODGE, 4444 Front Nine Drive

• Concord: CONCORD BAPTIST CHURCH, 6905 Concord Road

• Polo: GRACE CHAPEL CHURCH OF CHRIST, 6755 Majors Road

FORSYTH COUNTY -- After months of primaries, polls and campaigns, Election Day is almost here.

On Tuesday, Forsyth County voters can cast a ballot at their polling location for local, state and federal offices as well as local and state issues in the Nov. 8 general election.

Barbara Luth, the county’s supervisor of voter registrations and elections, said she is expecting a big turnout since this is an election with no incumbent president.

“We’ve always had over 80 percent [of registered voters turn out]; I’m looking at probably we’re going to be closer to 90,” she said. “I think the last non-incumbent one we had something like 87 percent.”

Forsyth County has 16 polling places, and voters must go to their designated poll — unlike advance voting when anyone could vote at any location.

Voting will be open from 7 a.m.-7p.m. Tuesday.

“We are open at 16 polls, and anyone that has not voted in advance voting will need to go to their poll on Election Day, the one that they’re assigned to,” Luth said. “If you’re in line at 7 p.m. when the polls close, you will be entitled to vote.”

Proper identification is required to cast a ballot.

Throughout voting, Luth and other county officials have stressed reading ballots before going into the booth.

“If you haven’t voted, please research the questions so it takes you a little less time to vote because you’ve had all of your questions answered before you get there,” she said. “Some of the referendums and stuff are a little on the long side. We’re going to have plenty of machinery and plenty of people to help them.”

To find out their precinct, voters can go Mvp.sos.ga.gov or call the county department at (770) 781-2118.

More information on the election can be found at Forsythco.com under voter registrations and elections.