Election Day Countdown


2018 Elections

Registration Deadline

Election Date

Special Election Date

Feb 20, 2018

March 20, 2018

Special Election Runoff Date

Feb 20, 2018

April 17, 2018

General Primary, Nonpartisan General Election & Special Election Date

April 24, 2018

May 22, 2018

General Primary, Nonpartisan General Election & Special Election Runoff Date

April 24, 2018

July 24, 2018

General Primary Runoff Date for Federal Races

June 25, 2018

July 24, 2018

General Election/Special Election Date

Oct 9, 2018

Nov 6, 2018

General Election/Special Election Runoff Date

Oct 9, 2018

Dec 4, 2018

General Election Runoff Date for Federal Races

Dec 10, 2018

Jan 8, 2019


Can voting really make a difference?

Absolutely! You see, it's estimated there are over 60 million committed Christians in the US, and only about 30 million of them vote in any given election. So what would happen if the other 30 million Christians voted as well? Would it really change things?

Well, let’s look at the big picture first. In the 2008 elections, the voting margin in Missouri between the two main presidential candidates was a mere 3,903 votes. In that state, there are approximately 102,522 Christians who didn’t register to vote.

In North Carolina, the voting margin between the two candidates was 14,177 votes. Unregistered Christians in that state amount to about 281,212 votes.

In addition, every presidential election in the past 25 years has been won by less than 10 million votes. So what would happen if 30 million newly registered Christians voted in the next election? Not only could it massively impact an election, it could completely change our nation!


What can you do?

Vote! Voters shape the future of our nation. Casting your vote is an incredibly powerful way to make your voice heard and take a stand for righteousness. It is not only one of our great American rights; it’s also our responsibility as Christians.


Four simple steps to make your vote count:

1. Check Your Status

Millions of Americans think they are registered to vote and are surprised to find out that they are not. So even if you think you’re registered, you may want to check just to be sure.


2. Register to Vote

If you aren’t registered to vote, we encourage you to go ahead and take that step. If you are registered, but you’ve moved or changed your name, you can also update your registration using our online registration tool.


3. Get a Voter Guide

Make sure you know where candidates stand on the issues important to you by getting a voter guide.

You can find out more about the candidates in your area at christianvoterguide.com.

You can also find out about the voting record of your current elected officials at votesmart.org.


4. Spread the Word

If we each get just one or two of our family members and friends to vote and spread the word (using email, Facebook and Twitter), we’ll get that crucial 10 million extra votes in no time.


5. Vote!

You can find your polling place or learn about voting in your state by clicking the links below.

   Georgia Voter Info »

   Alabama Voter Info »


Click here for early voting locations and times in Rome, GA.