Elections & Registration
Greene County Board of Elections & Registration
County Districts Map
Register to Vote
My Voter Page (Check your voter registration)
Order Voter Registration Lists/Data
Absentee Ballot Application (Make sure to sign)
Note: For a Political Party Primary, voters must choose which party ballot they want to receive (Democrat or Republican or Non-Partisan).
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 am to 12 noon, and from 1 pm to 5 pm
Address: 1180 C Weldon Smith Dr, Ste 120, Greensboro, GA 30642
Board of Elections and Registration
Frank Moore - Chairman
Bob Lofgren - Republican Member
Helen Smith - Democratic Member
Kathleen Coine-Mayers - Deputy Supervisor and Registrar
Click here for the State MVP page to...
- Check your registration status
- Find your polling location
- View sample ballots
- Apply for an absentee ballot
- You can vote absentee in one of two ways:
- Voting by mail.
- "Early Voting" - voting during the period 21 days prior to any general primary or election.
- If you just moved, even within the county, we must be notified
- Your registration doesn't transfer from county to county - so, stop in and see us.
- You should bring an ID if you are registering to vote, turning in a form or even turning in an absentee ballot.
Directions to the office:
FROM THE INTERSECTION OF HIGHWAY 44 & I-20:
Go North on Highway 44 approximately 0.7 miles to Willow Run Road and turn left. Take Willow Run Road to the end and turn right on Oconee Avenue. Take Oconee Avenue approximately 0.9 and turn right on C. Weldon Smith Drive.
FROM THE INTERSECTION OF MAIN & BROAD STREET IN DOWNTOWN GREENSBORO:
Go west on Broad Street (Highway 278) approximately 0.7 miles to Grimes Street and turn left. Take Grimes Street to the first stop sign, which is Oconee Avenue. Go across Oconee Avenue and the street becomes C. Weldon Smith Drive.
FROM MADISON (HIGHWAY 278):
On Highway 278 East coming into Greensboro, when you pass the County Government Campus go another 0.3 miles and turn right on Grimes Street. Take Grimes Street to the first stop sign, which is Oconee Avenue. Go across Oconee Avenue and the street becomes C. Weldon Smith Drive.
FROM WATKINSVILLE (HIGHWAY 15 SOUTH):
Take Highway 15 South into Greensboro to the intersection of Broad Street and Highway 278. Turn right and go approximately 0.4 miles to Grimes Street and turn left. Take Grimes Street to the first stop sign, which is Oconee Avenue. Go across Oconee Avenue and the street becomes C. Weldon Smith Drive.
Greene County Annex (Public Service Campus)
1180 C. Weldon Smith Dr, Greensboro
(Greensboro Precinct on Election Day)
Also: All Early In-Person Voting is conducted at the Annex.
Greshamville Fire Department
1021 Farmington Rd, Madison, Ga
(Greshamville Precinct on Election Day)
5800 Lake Oconee Pkwy, Greensboro
(Old Salem Precinct on Election Day)
Siloam Community Center
1120 Railroad St, Siloam
(Siloam & White Plains Precincts on Election Day)
Union Point Four-room School Building
211 Veazey St, Union Point
(Union Point Precinct on Election Day)
Walker United Methodist Church
2730 Walker Church Rd, Greensboro
(Walker Church Precinct on Election Day)
Woodville Fire Department
1220 Peachtree Ave, Woodville
(Woodville Precinct on Election Day)
Frequently Asked Questions
|1) What are the requirements for registering to vote?
To register to vote you must:
- Be a citizen of the United States and a legal resident of Georgia.
- Be at least 17 1/2 years of age (you must be 18 to actually vote)
- Not be serving a sentence for a conviction of felony of moral turpitude
- Not have been adjudicated mentally incompetent
|2) How do I register to vote?
You must complete a voter registration application. An application may be obtained:
- Online at the Secretary of State's website here
- From the Secretary of State’s Elections Division at 404-656-2871 or the Secretary of State’s toll-free Voter Information Hotline at 888-265-1115
- From the Greene County Board of Elections office at 1180 C. Weldon Smith Drive, Greensboro or by phone at 706-453-1108.
- At the Greene County Library and
- Voters can also register to vote as they obtain or renew their Georgia driver's license at one of the Department of Driver’s Services Locations such as the one located in Greensboro at 1180 C. Weldon Smith Drive in Suite 108.
|3) Do I have to register to vote again when I move?
Yes. When you move, you must register at your new address at least 30 days before an election to be eligible to vote.
|4) How do I know if my application was approved?
You may check your voter registration status, sample ballots, absentee ballot requests and more at www.sos.ga.gov/mvp. You should receive a voter precinct card in the mail two to four weeks after submitting your application. You are not officially registered to vote until your application is approved. If you do not receive your voter registration card, or to find out if your registration is current, you should contact our office at 706-453-1108.
|5) Can my registration expire?
Yes, if you change your place of residence or if you have not voted in three or more years. If you have not voted in three or more years, it is important to confirm your registration. You can check your registration status online at My Voter Page (MVP) on the Secretary of State's website here. If MVP is unable to find your information, you should contact the Greene County Board of Elections office at 706-453-1108
|6) Am I eligible to vote?
You are eligible to vote in Georgia if you:
- Are a citizen of the United States and are a legal resident of Georgia
- Are at least 18 years old
- Have not been found to be mentally incompetent by the court
- Are not serving a sentence for a felony of moral turpitude
- Are registered to vote
- Meet all other state requirements, such as showing acceptable photo identification if you choose to vote in person or properly requesting and returning an absentee ballot if you choose to vote by mail
|7) What are my voting options?
- Absentee by mail
- Vote early, in person, AT THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OFFICE, MONDAY-FRIDAY, 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., beginning the fourth Monday immediately prior to each primary or election and shall end on the Friday immediately prior to each primary or election.
- The second Saturday prior to a primary or election will also be available for voting during the hours of 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. (Note: If you cast your ballot in person you must present one of the six required forms of photo ID)
- Vote in person on Election Day
|8) When can I vote absentee my mail?
You can request an absentee ballot up to 180 days before an election.
The time period for you to cast an absentee ballot by mail generally begins 45 days before a federal, state, or municipal election.
All absentee ballots must be received by the county registrar by 7:00 PM on Election Day.
|9) What identification is required to vote?
- A Georgia driver’s license, even if expired
- Any valid state or federal issued photo ID, including a free Voter ID Card issued by your county registrar’s office or by the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS)
- Valid U.S. passport , Valid U.S. military photo ID, Valid tribal photo ID
- Valid employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority or other entity of this state
|10) Can I use my college or university photo ID card?
|If you are currently enrolled in a state college, university, or technical college, you may use your school photo ID. If you attend a private college or university, you must show one of the other acceptable forms of photo identification. For more information, call 877-725-9797.
|11) What happens if I am at the polls on Election Day and I do not have my photo ID?
|If you simply forgot your photo identification and time permits, you can retrieve it, return to the polling place, and vote. Otherwise, you can still vote a provisional ballot. You will have up to two days after the election to present appropriate photo identification at your county registrar’s office in order for your provisional ballot to be counted.
|12) What if I do not have acceptable photo ID?
|Voters without proper photo identification can obtain a free Voter Identification Card from the Greene County Board of Elections office or at any Georgia Department of Driver Services office, such as the one located at 1180 C. Weldon Smith Drive (Suite 108) in Greensboro.
|13) How does the voting process work in Georgia?
When you arrive at the polls, you will check in with the poll workers, sign a voter’s certificate, and show one of the acceptable ID.
You will then be handed a voter access card programmed with your ballot information. This card unlocks the voting machine. It contains no personal data about you or your vote.
Go to any available voting unit. Insert the voter card in the slot at the right hand side, and push it in firmly until it clicks. The first screen you’ll see is the instructions page. Read it carefully, then touch Next to begin voting.
The first page of the ballot will be displayed next. To make your choice, simply touch the box on the screen next to the candidates or questions. An X will appear next to your choice.
To change your choice, touch the box a second time. The X will disappear. Then you can make your new selection.
A summary page will show at the end of your ballot. Races in which you have not made selections will appear in red. By touching a race, you can return to it and vote (or change your vote) if desired.
After you are done making selections, touch Cast Ballot at the end of your summary screen to cast your ballot. You have now completed voting