Elections and Registrations

If you are unsure as to whether you are registered to vote in Crawford County or not you may  verify your voter status by going to http://mvp.sos.state.ga.us/login.aspx  or call the Election's Office, (478) 836-1877.  Don't wait until election day and find out you can't vote!

NOTICE:
For the June 9, 2020, Presidential Preference Primary, General Primary, Nonpartisan General Election and Special Election, our office has provided a secured lock box that is under 24-hour surveillance located at the front of the Crawford County Government Complex where you can drop off your absentee ballots if you would like.  Also, you can mail these ballots as in the past.

For the elections held on June 9, 2020, beginning at 1PM on June 1st,  the Crawford County Board of Elections shall be authorized to open the outer envelope of accepted absentee ballots, remove the contents including the absentee ballot, and scan the absentee ballot using 1 or more scanners, in accordance with this rule, and may continue until all accepted absentee ballots are processed.  However, no person shall tally, tabulate, estimate or attempt to tally, tabulate or estimate or cause the voting equipment to produce any tally or tabulation, partial or otherwise, of the absentee votes cast until the time for the closing of the polls on Election Day. RULE 183-1-14-0.7-.15.  This procedure is open to the public.

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Click “My Voter Page” below to check your voter status, fill out online voter registration or download application to mail via USPS mail.  No postage is necessary if mailed in the united states.

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Frequently Asked Questions Regarding June 9th Primary Election

What are we voting on in this election?

This primary is both a continuation of the Presidential Preference Primary that was scheduled for March 24th and the General Primary that was scheduled for May 19th.

If I voted in the March 24th election do I need to vote again in this election?

If you voted in the March election you voted for only the Presidential candidate of your choice to appear on the November ballot.  You will need to vote in the June 9th election to select the local and state candidates that you would like to see appear on the November ballot.

What if I didn’t get the chance to vote in the March 24th election prior to it being postponed?

If you have not already voted for your Presidential choice you will be given a combined ballot for your party where you will be able to vote for both the Presidential candidate of your choice along with your state and local choices.

Can I vote by absentee ballot in this election?

You may vote by absentee ballot.  You will need to submit an application for an absentee ballot.  This application was mailed out in April by the Secretary of State, but if you didn’t receive one you can get one from mvp.sos.ga.gov or you, call the Board of Election office and request one, or pick up on from the Board of Election office.  All absentee ballot requests must be received by June 1st and all absentee ballots must be received by 7:00 p.m. on June 9th.

What if I requested an absentee ballot, but would now like to vote in person?

You must return your unmarked absentee ballot to the polling precinct or the Board of Elections office and then you would be allowed to vote in person.

Are you holding early voting for this election?

Early voting will begin on Monday, May 18th and run through Friday, June 5th.  Early voting will take place in the Board of Election Office at 640 Georgia Highway 128, Roberta, Georgia.