Have questions about voting?
- When is the election?
- Am I registered to vote?
- Can I register to vote online?
- Who can I vote for in my area? Can I see a sample ballot?
- Where do I vote?
- When and where is early voting?
- What do I need to bring with me when I vote?
- What commission district am I in?
May 19: Local Election, State Primary and Presidential Primary
November 3: General Election
Check here to see if you’ve already registered.
If you’re not registered, make sure to register at least a month before election day.
Yes! You can register here.
Residents of Georgia are eligible to register to vote here if they are:
- A citizen of the United States
- At least 17 ½ years old (you need to be 18 to actually vote)
- Not currently serving a sentence for a felony conviction
- Not determined mentally incompetent
You will need to register one month before election day.
When a sample ballot is available, it will be linked here.
Check here to find out your voting location for election day.
Early voting in Athens always takes place at the same location: the Board of Elections office (155 E. Washington St) from 8am-5pm. There are usually other times and locations available as well.
You will need to bring a valid state or federal government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license when you vote. Make sure to bring it! You can get a free photo ID from the Board of Elections office at 155 East Washington Street.
“What commission district am I in?”[ps2id id=’comm-district’ target=”/]
Check these maps to find your commission district. The even-numbered seats on the commission will be up for re-election (Districts 2, 4, 6, 8, 10) in May of 2020.
For your other voting districts, check here.