Elections & Registration
New Voting Machines
The State of Georgia will use new voting machines for the 2020 elections. The video below shows how the new voting process and machines will operate. Visit the Secure the Vote Website for more information.
New Polling Places
The Board of Elections & Registration voted to relocate several polling places. These changes have been accepted by the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office and will be in effect for the March 24, 2020, Presidential Preference Primary.
Impacted voters will receive, by mail, an updated precinct card with the new polling place address. All voters are encouraged to visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s My Voter Page (MVP) to view their registration status.
Board of Elections & Registration Mission
As an independent body and within the legal framework of the State of Georgia and Camden County, the mission of the Board of Elections & Registration is that of:
- Conducting elections and certifying the election results;
- Verifying voters and ballots;
- Educating the community and increasing community awareness of upcoming elections; and,
- Creating community confidence and trust in voting and the democratic process.
- Registering qualified citizens to vote.
- Maintaining all voter records.
- Providing verification of voters and voter information.
- Assigning voters to appropriate Districts and Precincts.
- Assisting with the training of Poll Officers.
- Expediting all Absentee Voting.
Voter Registration Information
Please go online to the Georgia My Voter Page (MVP). Sign in with your name, county, and date of birth in order to:
- Check your Voter Status
- Register to Vote
- Update your current information
- View the Polling Place Addresses
The Board of Elections & Registration office is not responsible for keeping your information up-to-date. If a voter’s information changes the voter is responsible for contacting the Board of Elections & Registration office and submitting those changes in writing, on a signed, state approved form (precinct cards, information update card or registration forms). This form can be found on the Georgia My Voter Page (MVP).
In order to make sure your right to vote is protected, a voter may receive mail from the Board of Elections & Registration office. It is extremely important to respond!
Absentee & Early Voting
To obtain an absentee ballot for any election, please fill out the Application for Official Absentee Ballot (PDF) Opens in New Window and return it to the Board of Elections & Registration office. The Board of Elections & Registration office will mail ballots as soon as they are available to those that qualify to vote in the election.
Voters are asked to sign the request form, include your Full Name, Date of Birth, Current Phone Number, Street Address, and Mailing Address (if different from your street address). An incomplete form can cause delays in processing a voters request and getting a ballot to you.
The completed Application for Official Absentee Ballot (PDF) Opens in New Window may be faxed, mailed, or scanned and attached to an email to be returned to our office.
- Completed Absentee Ballots can be returned to our office in two ways, mail or in-person delivery.
- If voter cannot deliver their ballot to the Board of Elections & Registration office in person, please consider the mail as another next option.
- Please do not attempt to Email or Fax ballot to the Board of Elections & Registration office.
For more information, please email Opens in New Window or call 912-576-3245.
The Georgia Secretary of State’s office has established a toll-free hotline (1-844-537-5375) for voters who cast provisional ballots in the November 6, 2018, election to determine whether their ballots were counted and, if not, the reason why.
TOLL-FREE HOTLINE: 1-844-537-5375
Voters can also contact the Board of Elections & Registration office at 912-576-3245 to check on the status of their provisional ballots. Under O.C.G.A. 21-2-418 (e), all 159 Georgia counties must offer a free access system, such as a toll-free number or website, for a voter who cast a provisional ballot in an election, primary, or run-off with a federal candidate on the ballot to determine whether his or her provisional ballot was counted and, if not, the reason why such ballot was not counted.
Visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s website Opens in New Window for more information about checking the provisional ballot status for the November 6, 2018, election.
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