Election time is upon us and you have 3 ways you can vote: mail-in Absentee Ballot, in-person Early Voting, Election Day at your local voting precinct! Tim believes in creating an Open-Door Democracy, so here is detailed information on how you can cast your vote!

Absentee Ballot (mail-in)

If you need or wish, you can request a mail-in Absentee Ballot. No reason is required when requesting an absentee ballot. If you are physically disabled or living temporarily outside your county of residence, a close relative may apply for an absentee ballot for you.
If voting by absentee ballot, ballots must be received by the Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections office by election day in order to be counted. No absentee ballots are issued on the day before or the day of an election. May 18 is the last day that Absentee Ballots will be sent out.
Find More information at the ACC Board of Elections website
Submitting Your Application
You may download an absentee voter application and mail or fax it to:
Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections
P.O. Box 1828
Athens, Georgia 30603
Fax: 706-613-3840

Early voting

In-person Early Voting runs from April 30 to May 18. Any voter registered in Athens-Clarke County can participate. You will need a valid state-issued ID.

Election Day (May 22)

Where do I vote?

Polls will be open from 7am till 7pm on May 22, Election Day. You must vote at your assigned Voting Precinct. The Voting Precincts for District 5 are:

Be aware, due to Oglethorpe Elementary being under construction, voters who would normally vote there (5A) will instead vote at Whitehead Road Elementary

If you are unsure of your precinct, look at your voter registration card, use the My Voter Page on the Georgia Secretary of State’s website to determine your polling location (official records must come from the Board of Elections, so use this only as a guide and read the disclaimer), or contact the Board of Elections at 706-613-3150.

The Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections Office is the main in-person Early Voting location

Athens-Clarke County Board of Elections Office