Election Day Voting
All voters can cast their votes at their assigned precinct on Election Day. Check your precinct card to determine your Polling Location.
Provisional Ballot Voting
A provisional ballot is a paper ballot cast by a voter, when the polling place manager cannot readily determine whether the voter is registered to vote in that particular precinct.
After a provisional ballot is cast, the Elections Office has 2 days after the election to research and determine if the individual is a registered voter and the ballot should be counted. A letter will be mailed to each provisional voter after the election noting whether or not the ballot was counted, and the reason.
To find out if your provisional ballot was counted prior to receiving a letter, you can email, call 229-671-2850, or come into the office.
Rides to the Polls
The Democratic and Republican parties will provide rides to polling places and elections office.