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Not sure if you’re registered to vote in Georgia? You can check your voter registration status at MyVoter page.

Even if you’re already registered to vote, if you moved to a new residence within the state or changed your name, you need to re-register.

If you’re new to the state, please note that Georgia does not automatically register you to vote when you get a Georgia’s driver’s license. You still need to register to vote.


Requirements to be eligible to register to vote in Georgia

To be eligible to vote in Georgia, you:

  • Must be a citizen of the United States
  • Must be a legal resident of the county
  • Must be 17.5 years old at the time of registration and 18 years old by the time you vote
  • Must not be serving a sentence for conviction of a felony involving moral turpitude
  • Must not have been found mentally incompetent by a judge


How to register to vote in Georgia

There are three way you can register:


Visit the Georgia Secretary of State’s voter registration website. Fill out the five-step form and submit the required identifying information.


Download and print a voter registration application form. Or pick one up in person at any state or government office, including public libraries. Locate offices by county.

Complete the application form and follow the directions on the form for where to mail it.


You may also drop off your completed voter registration application form at your county board of elections and registration office.

You should receive your voter registration card within four weeks of submitting your application. If you don’t, contact your county registration office.


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