How To File a Complaint to the State Election Board
Complaint to the State Election Board
Under section 21-2-31, Georgia Statutes, the State Election Board has authority to conduct investigations into the administration of primary and election law and fraud and irregularities in primaries and elections. It shall be the duty of the State Election Board to report violations of the primary and election laws to the Attorney General or the appropriate district attorney who shall be responsible for further investigation and prosecution.
Preparing To File A Complaint
Filing The Complaint
After You File Your Complaint
Complaints filed with and sent to the Board will be acknowledged after they are filed or received.
The State Election Board’s investigations are confidential until disclosed and action is taken by the Board. A copy of the Complaint will be provided to the person or entity against whom it is brought. Your complaint, if properly filed and complete, will be considered at a meeting of the Board.