2024 is a presidential election year, meaning Georgians have the opportunity to make their voices heard in the Republican Presidential Preference Primary (PPP) on March 12.
HOWEVER, the PPP is the only election on the March 12 ballot, meaning Georgians will need to return to the polls on May 21 to make their voices heard in elections/primaries for state and county offices.
Read below for more information.
PRIMARIES FOR ALL OTHER PARTISAN OFFICES/GENERAL ELECTION FOR NON-PARTISAN OFFICES
Click here for a full calendar of this election from the Secretary of State.
On Election Day, polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7p.m. at all 19 precincts. If you choose to vote on Election Day, you must vote in your own designated precinct. If you do not know your precinct, find out by visiting the “My Voter Page” on the Secretary of State’s website by clicking here. Click here to see polling locations for every precinct in Floyd County.
A photo ID (such as your Georgia driver’s license, passport, or state identification card) is required to vote.
Click here to visit the Floyd County Board of Elections’ website.
Dates and locations for early (advanced in-person) voting for the March 12 Presidential Preference Primary are listed as follows:
If you vote early in person, you may vote at any of these three locations during any of the given hours on any available day (even if it is not your own designated precinct). A photo ID (such as your Georgia driver’s license, passport, or state identification card) is required to vote.
You may vote by mail if you choose. You do not need a reason or excuse to vote by mail, and a request can be submitted online, by email, by mail, by fax, or in person.
A photo ID (such as your Georgia driver’s license, passport, or state identification card) is required to request and cast an absentee ballot.
Click here to visit the Secretary of State’s website and read carefully for the full process of requesting and submitting an absentee ballot.
Once you request, receive, and fill out your absentee ballot, you may officially cast the ballot by:
To verify your ballot was received and accepted, visit the “My Voter Page” on the Secretary of State’s website by clicking here, navigate to the “Absentee Ballot Portal” tab at the top of the page, and check to see your ballot requested for this cycle is marked “accepted.”
If you do not receive your absentee ballot after submitting your application, contact the Floyd County Registrar to assess your options. If there is not enough time to receive a new absentee ballot, or if for any reason you cannot have another sent to you, you may vote in person. If you attempt to vote in person because you never received a requested absentee ballot, you will have to sign a document attesting that you are only voting once.
If you request and return an absentee ballot, you cannot change your mind and vote in person. Once you return your absentee ballot, you have voted.
Click here for more information on how to request and return an absentee ballot.
Click here to see the daily number of absentee ballots that have been requested, mailed to voters, and returned to the office by voters.
Floyd County contains 19 voting precincts, two State Senate districts, and three State House districts. To find your district more precisely, click here to visit the Secretary of State’s secure, online portal and input your information.
Click here to see polling locations for every precinct in Floyd County.
NOTE: As of Sept. 2023, precincts and polling locations have been updated. The new precinct map can be found below, and the polling locations can be accessed by clicking the above link.
If you do not know your precinct, find out by visiting the “My Voter Page” on the Secretary of State’s website by clicking HERE.