Democrat Christine Triebsch will face Republican Kay Kirkpatrick in the Senate District 32 runoff tomorrow, May 16, 2017, to replace former state Senator Judson Hill. Polls will be open in the District, which covers parts of Cobb and Fulton counties, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Sec. of State Brian Kemp stated in a press release: “The runoff in state Senate District 32 is tomorrow, not June 20, 2017 when Karen Handel faces Jon Ossoff in the highly publicized 6th Congressional District runoff. Although the dates can be confusing, I am encouraging all eligible voters to go to the polls and ensure their voice is heard in both of these contests.”
Sec. Kemp shared some pointers about tomorrow’s election:
- Voters can use the Secretary of State’s “My Voter Page” or install the “GA SOS” app to find out if they are eligible to vote tomorrow.
- Irregularities or election issues can be shared to the SOS office via the “Stop Voter Fraud” website or by calling 877-725-9797.
- Photography is prohibited in a polling place when voting is underway unless the poll manager gives approval, which is often provided for limited media coverage. It is illegal to take pictures of a ballot or voting equipment.