BOARD OF REGISTRARS

Lisa Manning, Chief Registrar


Cindy Mullinax, Registrar
Marlon Caldwell, Registrar

1241 Helen Hwy.
Ste 210-A
Cleveland, Ga. 30528
Phone 706.865.7812
Fax 706.219.1511

Office Hours: 8AM-5PM
Mon-Fri

Voter Registrars Office

Voter Registration

Useful Links:

How To Register
State Elections Information
Find your polling place and elected officials:
Polling Precincts Map - This is a PDF File
My Voter Page (i.e. sample ballot) - Link not active at this time
Absentee Ballot Application

The absentee application can be mailed, faxed or emailed to the registrars office.

Absentee ballots must be mailed or brought into the voter registrars office by the voter. Family members, friends, coworkers, etc. cannot mail or bring the ballot to the office it must be delivered by the voter. Exceptions are those who are physically disabled.


FAQ's

Q: When Are Board Of Registrars Meetings Held?
A: Board meetings are held on the first Monday of every month at 9:30 am in the Voter Registrars Office which is located behind the White County Courthouse in the Annex Building. These meetings are open to the public.

Q: Do I have to Register to vote in White County?
A: Before you can vote in an election in White County you must register with White County Board of Registrars.

Q: What are the qualifications to register to vote?

A: If you meet the following qualifications, you can register at any of the locations shown or click on the link below to register online. To register to vote you must:

Be a citizen of the United States Be
A legal resident of the county
Be at least 17½ years of age (at least 18 to vote)
Not be serving a sentence for conviction of a felony involving moral turpitude (any base or vile conduct, contrary to accepted morals, that accompanies a crime)

Q: Where can I register to vote?
A: The main location for voter registration in White County is the Office of Registrar, located in the Allen Mauney Building on Hwy 75 North, in front of the White County Sheriff's Office.

Q: Can I register anywhere else?

A: When the Motor Voter Law went into effect, the Secretary of State set up six other alternative locations to register to vote:

Department of Driver Services (when renewing your driver's license)
Mail-in Applications
Department of Human Resources (Health Department or Department of Family and Children's Services)
State-funded offices for the physically disabled
Recruitment offices Libraries.

Q: Where else can I get a voter registration application?
A: Any resident 17½ years old or older may receive an application from an organization, political party or individual who has requested blank forms from our office or from the office of the Secretary of State. The organizations, political parties or individuals distributing these forms may not accept them back once they are filled out. To download a voter registration application or for more voter information such as absentee ballots, etc. click on this site.
http://mvp.sos.ga.gov

Q: Can I get a Georgia Voter Identification Card?
A: If you are a registered voter and do not have a Georgia driver’s license or Georgia identification card, you can receive a free Georgia Voter Identification Card. In order to receive your free Georgia Voter Identification Card, you will need to present a document confirming your identity to your County Voter Registrar which includes the following:
- your full legal name and date of birth;
- and/or your full legal name and residential address.
You can use the same document to confirm your identity AND residential address. For a complete listing of acceptable documentation, please visit the State Election Board website via http://www.gaseb.org/rules_183-1-20.pdf

You can use your voter identification card for voting purposes only.