Elections and Voter Registration
Chief Registrar & Elections Manager
|Address||56 Short Street
Dahlonega, GA 30533
|Hours||Monday - Friday; 8:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Upcoming Election Information
The next county-wide election in Lumpkin County will be the General Primary / Nonpartisan General Election held on May 22, 2018. The registration deadline for the May 22nd Election is April 24, 2018; all new registrations and/or address changes must be made on or prior to this date to be eligible to vote in the May 22nd Election.
Logic and Accuracy Testing
Notice is hereby given that the logic and accuracy testing and preparation of voting equipment to be used in the May 22, 2018 General Primary/Nonpartisan General Election will begin at 9:00 am on April 3, 2018. Testing will continue until complete and is open to the public. Said testing and preparation will be conducted at the Lumpkin County Election & Voter Registration Office at 56 Short Street, Dahlonega, GA.
Special Called Meeting of the Board of Elections and Registration
A Special Called Meeting of the Lumpkin County Board of Elections and Registration will be held at 10:30am on Wednesday, May 9th, 2018 in the Boardroom of the Lumpkin County Elections and Registration Building, 56 Short Street, Dahlonega, GA. This meeting is to discuss the residency requirements of candidates. Meetings are open to the public.
Board of Elections and Registration Monthly Meeting
The May meeting of the Lumpkin County Board of Elections and Registration will be held on May 15, 2018. The meeting will be held at the Lumpkin County Elections Office. The meeting will start at 9:00 AM. All Board of Elections Meetings are open to the public.
The Lumpkin County Election & Registration Office will provide efficient, pleasant voter registration and election services while ensuring accuracy and the preservation of democracy.
Am I registered to vote?
View this webpage or call, come in, or e-mail us.
Which precinct am I in and how do I get there?
What Board of Commissioners District/Board of Education District am I in?
View the map on our page or call, come in, or e-mail us.
Where can I get a sample ballot?
You can find sample ballots under the “Downloads” section at the bottom of this page or you can pick up a sample ballot at the Elections and Voter Registration Office.
Where is Early Voting and what are the hours?
Early Voting for general and primary elections begins 22 days prior to the election, M-F, 8-5, currently at the Lumpkin County Election & Registration Office, 56 Short Street, Dahlonega. Early Voting for special and runoff elections begins as early as the ballots are received, but at least by Monday of the week prior to the election.
How can I request an absentee ballot?
Online here OR picking up the application in our office, calling to have the application mailed to you, or by simply writing on a piece of paper your full name, date of birth, residence address, as well as the address you wish for the ballot to be mailed, which election and if a primary, which party’s ballot you wish to receive as well as your signature. All applications may be mailed, faxed or hand delivered to our office. We will compare the signature with that on your voter registration application, and, if it matches, you will receive an absentee ballot. All requests must be turned in by the Friday prior to the election. You may begin requesting an absentee ballot 180 days (6 months) prior to the election.
How do I know if my absentee ballot application was accepted or find out when my ballot was mailed out?
View this webpage or call or e-mail our office.
Can I turn my absentee ballot in at the polls or at the Early Voting poll?
No. You must turn your ballot in by: mail or in person in our office. If someone is turning the ballot in for you, they must sign as assisting on the oath and you must have a disability which would prevent you from either mailing or bringing the ballot yourself.
What is the deadline for absentee ballots being turned back in?
Absentee ballots must be in our office by 7:00 pm election night unless you are a family member of or a military service member or an overseas citizen, then you have until the last mail run the Friday following the election.
Do I have to request an absentee ballot every election, or will you just send me one every election?
Elderly (65 or older), voters with disabilities, military service members and their families and overseas citizens only have to turn in one application per election year to receive all ballots for that year. (If a special election is held a new application must be submitted to receive an absentee ballot for that election.) All other voters must turn in an absentee ballot request for every election they wish to vote absentee.
I registered a long time ago and haven't voted, am I still able to vote?
If you have not voted in the past two general elections (a general election takes place every even numbered year), your record becomes inactive. After being inactive for three years, your record is automatically deleted by the Secretary of State.
Who are my representatives and how can I contact them?
View this webpage.
How can I become a poll worker?
Go to our web page, “Downloads”, “Poll worker forms and information” complete the application/survey and submit it, read the poll worker manual and make sure it is something you wish to do. If there is an opening you will be notified by phone and/or e-mail notifying you of the time and place of the state mandated training.
|Ashley Peck||Elections Manager, Board Member Seat email@example.com|
|Brittani Conner||Elections Technicianfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Jim Lovell||Board Member, Republican Seat email@example.com|
|Dottie Krull||Board Member, Republican Seat firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sallie Sorohan||Board Member, Democratic Seat email@example.com|
|John Webb||Board Member, Democratic Seat firstname.lastname@example.org|