When can I vote during an election?

In Georgia, you can vote one of three ways.

Absentee Ballot

Absentee Ballots may be obtained by downloading an application from My Voter Page, by calling the office and requesting one be mailed or faxed to you or by coming into the office and picking up an application.

Early in-Person

Early in-Person (for 3 weeks prior to any city/county/state/federal election.  Early In-Person voting is only conducted at the Greene County Annex Building Monday through Friday,  8 am to 5 pm, located at:
1180 C Weldon Smith Drive
Greensboro, GA 30642

Election Day

You may vote on the designated Election Day. On Election Day, you must vote at your designated polling place. Your assigned polling place is shown on your voter registration card. You can find your polling location at My Voter Page or contact your county registrar’s office.

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1. How do I check my voter registration?
2. When can I vote during an election?
3. Where do I locate my voting district map for Greene County?
4. Where do I find out more about absentee ballots and/or check the status of an absentee ballot or provisional ballot?
5. Where and when can I vote early?
6. Where can I view a sample ballot for Greene County?
7. Where can I obtain election results and statistics?
8. Where can I find out more information about the candidates?
9. Where can I find more general voter information?