Share Your Story: Voting In Georgia During The Pandemic

A voter wearing a protective mask is seen at the Dunwoody Library on May 18.
A voter wearing a protective mask is seen at the Dunwoody Library on May 18.
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We want to hear about your experience and your thoughts on voting during a pandemic.

Has COVID-19 made you worried about voting? Are you still planning to go to the polls? Did you vote early? Did you vote by mail? Are you still waiting on your ballot?

Do you have other questions, or have you encountered other issues?

Use a voice memos app on your phone to record your answer, and include your name and where you live. Then email your audio file to

Or, if you prefer, just email us with your thoughts or questions at

We may use your answers on-air or online.

How to use voice memos:

With an iPhone, there is an app called Voice Memos that comes pre-installed, you don’t even have to download it first. Open it up, press the red record button, and you’re rolling. When you’re done, hit the red square to stop recording. That will save your file. Then, you can touch the three blue dots near the file name, choose share, then email it to us.

With an Android, the phones don’t necessarily come with an app pre-installed, but there are similar apps out there that work in a similar way. Here are some recommendations.

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