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As Americans, no right is more precious than the constitutional right to select our leaders, yet many eligible Georgia citizens are not even registered to vote.
There was a time in our nation’s history when barriers were erected to limit citizen access to the voting booth. Today, after the hard work and sacrifice of so many Americans, all citizens are guaranteed the right to have their voices heard. African-Americans gained the right to vote in 1866. Women secured the right to vote in 1920 with the passage of the 19th Amendment, and 18-year-olds were extended the right to vote in 1971. The federal Voting Rights Act further safeguards the rights of all Americans to participate in our electoral system.
These precious rights are only of value if citizens take time to exercise them. We need your help to reach out to Georgians who are not yet registered. With your assistance, we can work towards ensuring that Georgia becomes a leader in voter participation.
Please use the links provided on this website as your source for voter registration materials, important rules and regulations, and county contact information.
Different rules may apply to Deputy Registrars. Please contact your county registrar for additional information.
|Vote for Success: Behind the Scenes||Proposed Constitutional Amendments|
|Elections Advisory Council||Voter Registration Drive|
|State Election Board||Online Complaints|
|Stop Voter Fraud||Great Seal|
|iVote - Students / Educators||Advance Voting Info.|
|Intent to Tabulate Early||GA Voter ID Info.|