It is the mission of the Board of Elections and Voter Registration to uphold the integrity of the election and voter registration process in Spalding County. The Board of Elections and Voter Registration is a 5-member board and is responsible for overseeing all Elections for Spalding County, City of Griffin/Orchard Hill. The Board of Elections and Voter Registration is committed to serving all eligible voters.
Elections Supervisor: Kimberly Slaughter
Elections Assistant: Billie Preston
Office Assistant: Mary Passmore
Office Assistant: William Godat
The Board of Elections and Voter R
Ben Johnson – Chairman
James Newland – Vice Chairman
Roy McClain – Secretary
Alfred Jester – Member
James A. O’Brien – Member
The Board of Elections and Voter Registration Meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m.
in the Courthouse Annex Meeting Room 108, 119 E. Solomon Street, Griffin, GA.
Advanced Voting Dates are as follows:
Tuesday, October 12-16, 2021
Monday-Saturday, October 18-23, 2021
Monday-Friday, October 25-29, 2021
if you wait until Election Day to vote, you must go to your assigned polling place. To find your Election Day voting location, visit MY VOTER PAGE and enter the requested information. Your assigned polling place will be listed.
SPALDING COUNTY PRECINCTS
Spalding County has 18 Precincts CLICK HERE for the list.
If a person presents himself or herself at a polling place, absentee polling place, or registration office for the purpose of casting a ballot in a primary or election believing that he or she has timely registered to vote in such primary or election and the person’s name does not appear on the list of registered electors, the person shall be entitled to cast a provisional ballot in the election. (O.C.G.A. § 21-2-418).
Georgia law requires that any voter casting a ballot in person during the advance voting period or on Election Day provide photo ID. A list of acceptable photo ID for voting purposes in Georgia can be found on the website for the Georgia Secretary of State at http://sos.ga.gov. If you do not have one of the required State Photo ID’s, you may be able to obtain a free Voter Identification Card (VIC). For more information, please phone 770-467-4245.
HOW TO FIND A SAMPLE BALLOTS?
You can view and print your sample ballot by going to MY VOTER PAGE and enter the requested information. Or a sample ballot can be picked up at our office.
If you are interested in becoming a poll worker please fill out the Poll Workers Application. Return it to the Elections office at 825 Memorial Dr. or fax it at 770-467-4278.
Voter Registration Information
Confirm whether or not you are registered to vote in Spalding County
Go to MY VOTER PAGE and enter the requested information. Your current information will be listed.
How do I find my precinct and how to get a precinct card?
Go to MY VOTER PAGE and enter the requested information. Your polling place will be listed. You can also print off a temporary precinct card.
Deputy Registrar Training and Registration Drives
Deputy Registrar Training
Deputy Registrar training is held at the request of organizations, schools, community clubs and other like- minded groups. Call the office at 770-467-4245 to schedule a training class. Training classes are also scheduled monthly. CLICK HERE for the schedule.
Registration Drives are coordinated with the Elections office so they can be advertised. The form is available at the Elections and Voter Registration Office and must be completed and submitted no less than 5-days prior to the start of the Drive.
Campaigning within 150 feet of any polling location or within 25 feet of anyone in line to cast a ballot at a polling location. Please note: hats, shirts, buttons, stickers etc. ARE considered campaign materials and NOT ALLOWED, as indicated in O.C.G.A 21-2-41- (A) (1-3).
Tabulation is done at the Election and Voter Registration Department: 825 Memorial Dr; Griffin, GA 30224 and is open to the public.
Check my Voter Status and retrieve forms
Voters can go online at http://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov or download the GA Votes App to do the following:
- Check their voter registration information and status
- Check their polling location
- Check their registration status
- Check the status of an Absentee Ballot Application
- Download an Absentee Ballot Application
- Locate their elected officials
- Register to vote (should be done prior to the Voter Registration Deadline)
- View and download their sample ballot
Elected Official Information
Personal Identification Number Application (PIN)
Campaign Finance Disclosure Forms
- Declaration of Intent Form (DOI)
- Campaign Committee Registration Form (RC)
- Name Change Form for a Campaign Committee for a Candidate (Form RCNC)
Campaign Contribution Disclosure Reports
- Campaign Contribution Disclosure Report (CCDR)
- Two Business Day Report
Personal Financial Disclosure Report
Late Fee Hardship Waiver Forms