National Voter Registration Day is TODAY, September 25th, 2012!
Have you registered yet?!?
Let us help you make the process a little easier!
Last day to register: Tuesday, October 9th, 2012
Election Day: Tuesday, November 6th, 2012
I’m not registered. Where do I go to register to vote?
I am registered. Where do I go to vote?
*enter your information; the results will show your polling place, if the system do not recognize your name, you are not registered to vote
What if I have moved since I last voted?
If you have move since the last voting, and your driver’s license does not reflect the same address as what is on the coting list, you MUST RE-REGISTER to indicate your new address. Deadline is October 9th!
STUDENT VOTING in Georgia
According to the U.S. Supreme Court, students have the right to register and vote in their college towns if they meet the same requirements as everyone else!
All GA voters must show their photo ID at the polls to vote. ONLY student ID from public colleges or universities will be accepted. If you attend a private school, use another form of acceptable identification.
Acceptable Identification is:
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 employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U. S. Government, Georgia, or any county, munici-pality, board, authority or other entity of this
Valid U.S. military photo ID;
Valid tribal photo ID
Student ID cards: If you are currently enrolled in a state college, university or some Georgia technical colleges, 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 the Geor-gia Secretary of State’s office at (877) 725-9797.
Do I register at School or Home?
Registering to vote at a school residence:
If you move to attend school in Georgia with the intent of making it your fixed home, you can establish voting residency at that address.
Registering to vote at a home residence:
Some students may choose to register or remain regis-tered at their home (prior) address if they intend to return there after college. In this case, a student may need to vote by absentee ballot.
For more student information, http://www.fairelectionsnetwork.com/webfm_send/143
Remember, WE COUNT!