Georgia Senate Run-Off Elections
Fresh off the heels of a historic and record-breaking election on November 3, Georgia now faces another extraordinary moment in history on January 5, 2021. Georgians will be voting on two senate seats in run-off elections, contests that will have monumental impact on the U.S. Senate and help shape the future of our country.
Get Informed. Get Involved.
Help us encourage voters to learn more about issues that affect agriculture and locally grown products by speaking out and using the hashtag #iFarmiVote.
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Mark Your Calendar.
November 18 - First Day Absentee Ballots May be Submitted
December 7 - Voter Registration Deadline
December 14 - Early Voting Begins
January 5 - Election Day
I Farm. I Vote.
The mission of the I Farm. I Vote. campaign is to ensure the voices of farmers and rural communities are heard and provide them with the legislative support they need to continue to feed and clothe our state and nation. Georgia is blessed with a wide variety of agriculture products, and we have local farmers to thank for that. Agriculture is Georgia’s largest economic sector and the lifeblood of rural communities, employing 1 in 7 Georgians supplying food and fiber for the nation. Those elected to govern impact all aspects of rural life and business, from taxes and environmental regulation to healthcare and education. The I Farm. I Vote. campaign aims to provide unbiased information so Georgians can make an informed decision and support leaders who promote Georgia farmers and Georgia-grown products.
Presented by Georgia Farm Bureau
I Farm. I Vote. is a non-partisan campaign presented by Georgia Farm Bureau, whose mission is to advocate for Georgia farmers and promote Georgia’s agriculture industry.
Georgia Farm Bureau Federation is an independent, non-governmental, voluntary organization representing Georgia’s agriculture families. Farm Bureau is local, county, state, national, and international in its scope and influence, and is non-partisan, non-sectarian, and non-secret in character. Farm Bureau and its programs, including I Farm. I Vote., in no way endorses any candidate for any election.