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Georgia Voter Guide from the Southern Poverty Law Center. This guide is available in: إنجليزي (Arabic) · अंग्रेज़ी (Hindi) · 한국인 (Korean) · 普通话 (Chinese) (The link to the Spanish guide does not work).The SPLC also answers some Georgia Runoff FAQs | Southern Poverty Law Center.
Everything you need to know about the 2022 Elections in Georgia from Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Atlanta: including voters FAQs, candidate information, videos, and more. Most pages have been updated to include important dates for the 2022 Runoff Election, all include phone numbers to hotlines where more info is available. ENGLISH, ESPAÑOL (SPANISH) TIẾNG VIỆT (VIETNAMESE)한국어 (KOREAN) 中文 (CHINESE) हिंदी (HINDI)عربى (ARABIC)اردو (URDU)
ID requirements from Voteriders.org
ID requirements for voting by mail in ballot (absentee ballot) are available in English here, and in Spanish here. ID requirements for voting in person are available here here, in Spanish here, and as printable information cards in English, Spanish, Hindi, Nepali, and Punjabi. If you aren’t sure what identification you need to vote, you can call the VoteRiders’ National Voter ID Hotline: 844-338-8743.
Language Rights in Voting from the AAJC, Asian Americans Advancing Justice
“Section 208: You have the right to bring someone to help you in the voting booth. Section 208 of the Voting Rights Act allows voters needing assistance because of blindness, disability, or the inability to read or write, including voters who have difficulty with English, to bring someone (who is not their employer or union representative) into the voting booth to help them understand and cast a ballot.”Source: Language Rights in Voting, Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC
Section 208 Fact Sheets: Your Right to Bring Someone to Help You in the Voting Booth are available here in English, here in Spanish, and here in Arabic, Bengali, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Hindi, Hmong, Japanese, Korean, Khmer, Tagalog, Thai, Urdu, and Vietnamese)
If you need translation help when voting, or have trouble at the polls, or simply have questions about voting, there are several hotlines that may be able to help.
The Georgia Voter Protection Hotline offers assistance in English, Spanish, Korean, Hindi/Urdu, Chinese, & Vietnamese.
National, non-partisan election protection hotlines are available in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog, Urdu, Hindi, Bengali, Arabic, and American Sign Language (via video call).
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