Today is the special election to fill both the Georgia Senate District 21 and Georgia House District 21 seats.
Polls will open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. in parts of Cherokee County, Alpharetta and Milton for voters to choose the next person to be sworn into those seats.
Voters in the state Senate District 21, which includes the eastern half of Cherokee County, Milton and part of Alpharetta, will choose between former State Rep. Sean Jerguson of Holly Springs and Greater North Fulton Chamber of Commerce President & CEO Brandon Beach of Alpharetta.
Voters in House District 21, which includes parts of Holly Springs, Canton and southeast Cherokee County, will choose between Republicans Scot Turner, Brian Laurens, Kenneth Mimbs and Democrat Natalie Bergeron.
A run-off election for the House race, if needed, has been scheduled for Feb. 5.
Cherokee County voters can view which precincts that will be voting in today's election by clicking here.
Fulton County voters can click here to see which precincts will be participating in today's election.
To check your voter registration status, visit the Georgia Secretary of State's My Voter Page.