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Election Day is November 6. Polls in Georgia are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

On Election Day, the Emory Votes initiative – a partnership of administration, faculty, staff, and student government organizations – will operate shuttles from campus to five polling places. To vote on Election Day, you must go to your assigned polling place.

What: Emory Votes shuttle bus transportation to polling places

When: Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 6. Polling places open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Shuttle routes operate from 6:45 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Where: Emory Votes shuttle buses will transport voters from Woodruff Circle to the five polling locations below. In addition, four of the five locations are also served by Emory Cliff Shuttle regular routes. For more information on regular shuttle schedules, visit:

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Druid Hills High School (1798 Haygood Dr, NE): Emory Votes shuttle. Also, Cliff routes 1525/VA, C, E, and Loop. Every 5-10 minutes. Routes also serve Clairmont Campus.

Emory Presbyterian Church (1886 N Decatur Rd, NE): Emory Votes shuttle. Served also by same Cliff shuttles serving nearby Druid Hills High and by CCTMA route at corner of N. Decatur and Haygood. Every 30 minutes.

Briar Vista Elementary School (1131 Briar Vista Terrace, NE): Emory Votes shuttle. Served also by Cliff Executive Park route at the corner of Briarcliff and Briar Vista Terrace. Every 20 minutes during peak; 40 minutes off-peak.

Clairmont Presbyterian Church (1994 Clairmont Rd): Emory Votes shuttle only. No Emory Cliff service.

North Decatur Presbyterian Church (611 Medlock Rd) (1886 N. Decatur Rd). Emory Votes shuttle. Also served by Emory Cliff North Dekalb route at Medlock Rd and N. Decatur (Melton’s App and Tap shopping center). Varies from 10 to 30 minutes.

Track Emory Votes shuttles in real time via the TransLōc app or online at

You can confirm your registration and polling place on the Georgia Secretary of State's website:

If you have questions about the required identification and casting a provisional ballot, visit:

If you are voting by absentee ballot in Georgia and other states

Be sure to get your ballots in by your state's deadline. This link includes information about absentee ballot deadlines:

There is still time to vote early

If you are registered to vote in DeKalb County – regardless of the precinct in which you are registered – early voting is available from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Friday, Nov. 2. A list of locations can be found here:

Support Emory Votes. Let your voice be heard. Cast your ballot.