Voting by absentee ballot this election? In addition to mailing your completed ballot to the Cobb County Board of Elections and Registration office, (P.O. Box 649, Marietta, GA 30061-0649) as of September 23, the Cobb County Elections Board has installed Official Ballot Drop Boxes at the following locations for voters’ convenience. Until 7PM ET on November 3, 2020, all Ballot Drop Boxes are available 24/7 to return your November 3, 2020 Absentee Ballot.

Area Box Location 
CENTRAL Cobb County Elections and Registration
736 Whitlock Avenue, Marietta(1) Cobb County Animal Services
1060 Al Bishop Dr., SW, Marietta
NORTHWEST West Cobb Regional Library
1750 Dennis Kemp Ln NW, KennesawNorth Cobb Regional Library
3535 Old 41 Hwy NW, Kennesaw
NORTH Cobb Fire Station 8
2380 N. Cobb Pkwy, Kennesaw(2) Gritters library
880 Shaw Park Road, Marietta
NORTHEAST (3) Mountain View Library 
3320 Sandy Plains Road, Marietta
EAST East Cobb Government Service Center
4400 Lower Roswell Rd, MariettaSewell Mill Library & Cultural Center
2051 Lower Roswell Rd. Marietta
SOUTHEAST Windy Hill Community Center
1885 Roswell St SE, SmyrnaCobb County Fire Station 4
1901 Cumberland Pkwy SE, Atlanta
SOUTH South Cobb Government Service Center
4700 Austell Rd, Austell(4) South Cobb Recreation Center
875 Riverside Pkwy,  Austell(5) South Cobb Regional Library
805 Clay Street, Mableton
SOUTHWEST (6) Powder Springs Library
4181 Atlanta Street, Powder Springs
WEST Cobb County Fire Station 13
4640 Dallas Hwy, Marietta

Voters are encouraged to vote by Absentee Ballot for the November 3, 2020 Election.  Due to social distancing and sanitation requirements implemented by In-Person Voting Locations, voters may be impacted by long lines and increased wait times.  Voters are encouraged to Vote By-Mail completing and returning the Custom Absentee Application or call (770) 528-2581. Please request your Absentee Ballot Application and learn more about Absentee Voting by visiting the Absentee Voting page.

  • There is NO VOTING on Sundays, Saturday, October 31st or Monday,  November 2nd.
  • On Election Day, November 3, 2020, voters MUST go to their assigned polling location, open from 7 am – 7 pm. For personalized precinct information, please visit the Secretary of State’s “My Voter Page”.