Current voter ID laws present a unique obstacle to voting in local, state, and national elections for transgender and gender non-conforming (GNC) individuals. Georgia is one of nine states that have strict photo identification laws which require voters to present a valid government issued photo identification in order to vote and have their vote counted.
Voting absentee provides a viable alternative for registered voters who cannot or wish to not vote in person on Election Day, including transgender and GNC individuals without updated or accurate identification.
Use these resources to ensure your voice is heard on election day!
- Request an Application to Vote Absentee
- Georgia Equality Trans Voting Guide
- Potential Impact of Voter ID Laws on Trans Voters in the 2016 General Election
Be Educated. Be Prepared. Vote on Election Day!