The early voting is over, absentee ballots should be turned in and the final polls have been taken.
All that's left to determine the next president of the United States and a handful of state and local offices is Tuesday's general election.
In Cobb, the polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at all precincts. In Georgia, it's also state law to provide photographic identity in order to vote.
According to Cobb Elections, 20 percent of the county's nearly 400,000 registered voters have already cast ballots.
In addition to the presidential race involving Democratic incumbent Barack Obama, Republican challenger Mitt Romney and Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, East Cobb voters also will be voting in the 6th District Congressional race. Republican incumbent Tom Price of Roswell faces East Cobb Democrat Jeff Kazanow.
Two Georgia Public Service Commission seats are on the ballot, as is the controversial Charter School Amendment to the state Constitution.
All of the local races involving East Cobb candidates were determined in the primaries, or incumbents are running unopposed. Those names are included on the ballot, except winners of judicial races, which were non-partisan.
Republican Cobb Commission chairman Tim Lee was re-elected after winning a runoff against Bill Byrne. There is no Democratic candidate, although East Cobb resident Craig Harfoot is waging a write-in campaign.
Cobb Board of Education member David Banks and state House members Don Parsons and Matt Dollar also won new terms representing the East Cobb area after defeating Republican challengers in the primary. No Democrats qualified to run for those positions.
District 2 commissioner Bob Ott, a Republican, was unopposed, as were State Sen. Judson Hill and State Rep. Sharon Cooper, also Republicans.
See the attached PDFs for a sample ballot, and a precinct-by-precinct breakdown of 2008 election turnout in Cobb.
If you are unsure of your precinct, check your voter registration card. The locations and addresses for each precinct are listed below.
If you live in ZIP code 30066, please refer to the Northeast Cobb Patch Election Guide.
EAST COBB VOTING PRECINCTS (ZIP Codes 30062, 30067, 30068)PRECINCT NAME LOCATION ADDRESS Chestnut Ridge Chestnut Ridge Christian Church 2663 Johnson Ferry Road Dickerson Dickerson Middle School 855 Woodlawn Road Dodgen Dodgen Middle School 1725 Bill Murdock Road Eastside 1 Congregation Etz Chaim 1190 Indian Hills Parkway Eastside 2 Eastside Baptist Church 2450 Lower Roswell Road Elizabeth 3 Alliance Christian Church 1787 East Piedmont Road Elizabeth 4 Marietta Church of God 1083 Allgood Road Fullers Park Fullers Recreation Center 3499 Robinson Road Garrison Mill Garrison Mill Elementary School 4111 Wesley Chapel Road Hightower Trail Hightower Trail Middle School 33905 Post Oak Tritt Road
Marietta 6A Lockheed Elementary School 1205 Merritt Road Marietta 6B Mt. Paran Church of God North 1700 Allgood Road Mount Bethel 1 Johnson Ferry Baptist Church 955 Johnson Ferry Road Mount Bethel 3 East Cobb Government Center 4400 Lower Roswell Road Mount Bethel 4 Mt. Bethel United Methodist Church 4385 Lower Roswell Road Murdock Murdock Elementary School 2320 Murdock Road Powers Ferry John Knox Presbyterian Church 505 Powers Ferry Road Pope Pope High School 3001 Hembree Road Roswell 1 East Cobb Church of Christ 5240 Roswell Road Roswell 2 Mt. Zion United Methodist Church 1770 Johnson Ferry Road Shallowford Falls Shallowford Falls Elementary School 3529 Lassiter Road Sewell Mill 1 Temple Kol Emeth 1415 Old Canton Road Sewell Mill 3 Holt Road Baptist Church 675 Holt Road Sope Creek 1 Holy Family Catholic Church 3401 Lower Roswell Road Sope Creek 2 Sope Creek Elementary School 3320 Paper Mill Road Sope Creek 3 Lutheran Church of the Resurrection 4814 Paper Mill Road Terrell Mill Eastvalley Elementary School 2570 Lower Roswell Road Timber Ridge Timber Ridge Elementary School 5000 Timber Ridge Road Tritt Northeast Cobb YMCA 3010 Johnson Ferry Road