Roll of Georgia voter peach stickers on a brown table with a blurred background
"I'm a Georgia Voter" stickers are seen at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, one of the polling locations for the Georgia primary runoff elections, on Tuesday, June 21, 2022. Courtesy of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Are candidates for public office talking about issues that matter to you? The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wants to make sure they do. That’s why we are surveying Georgia voters about what you care most about in this year’s election. We will compile the responses and use them to help guide our coverage going forward.

We would like to hear from readers across the state of all political persuasions. Are you excited to vote this year or discouraged by the state of politics or something in between? Tell us about it.

This is not a scientific poll. The AJC works with the University of Georgia to conduct polls, and they provide a snapshot of how Georgians view candidates and issues. This informal survey is an effort to go beyond the horse race and dive more deeply into what Georgians are thinking about the election and what they wish they were hearing from the candidates who are trying to win their votes.

Your responses will help shape the questions we ask candidates. We are offering a chance at a $100 Kroger gift card as added encouragement to participate.

Please fill out the survey using this link.

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