Registration for Voting card
Register to Vote in Georgia
You can submit the application form:
The mail-in GA voter registration application is available online and at many locations throughout your county. You can:
Mail the application to the address on the form. You should receive your voter registration card by mail within 4 weeks. If you have not received your card after 4 weeks, contact your county board of registrars.
You can register to vote in person with the Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS) when you:
You should receive your voter registration card by mail within 4 weeks.
Proof of Identification
If you’re voting in person in GA, you’re required to show a current photo ID. Accepted IDs include:
Georgia Voter ID Cards
You can request a free Voter Identification card if you don’t possess one of the accepted forms of ID listed above.
Out-of-State & Military Voter Registration
Legal residents of Georgia currently outside of the state, overseas, or actively serving in the military can still register to vote in GA.
Military Personnel and Overseas Residents
Military personnel and their dependents, as well as other Georgia residents currently overseas, can register to vote using the FPCA, or Federal Post Card Application (form 76). This form enables you to both register and request an absentee ballot at the same time.
You can also complete your FPCA online through the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP).
College students and other permanent Georgia residents temporarily living or traveling out of the state can complete their Georgia voter registration by mail.
Please see “Register to Vote in GA” above for instructions.
NOTE: If you know you’ll be outside of Georgia during the election, you should request an absentee ballot.
Voter Registration Deadlines in GA
If you do not register to vote by the registration deadline, you will not be able to vote in the upcoming election.
Changing Your Voter Address
You must update the address on your voter registration when you move within the state of Georgia.
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