I was asked to provide a list of polling places in Alpharetta-Milton Patch, which sounds like a great idea, but it won't tell you where you are supposed to go to vote.
Luckily, the Georgia Secretary of State's office has taken care of this for us, with its "My Voter Page." If you know your own name, your county and your date of birth, it's real easy to get your polling place and lots of other information.
The poll locator tells me I should vote at , as seen on one of the screenshots with this story. But I live just west of GA 400 near Windward Parkway–you probably vote somewhere else.
Voters in both Milton and Alpharetta have a chance to make a big difference in their communities, with City Council races in both cities, and the Alpharetta mayor's post opening with Arthur Letchas leaving office due to term limits. Both cities' voters will decide just like they can the other six days of the week. Alpharetta is deciding on whether it will develop a City Center. Everybody in Fulton County gets to decide if a will be approved to fund infrastructure improvements.
So check out where you should vote, and go do it on Tuesday. (Or go down to the today for advance voting.)