Board of Registrars:
Robert Jackson , Chief Registrar
Diana Nichols, Deputy Registrar
The Board of Registrars is responsible for the safekeeping of all registration records for Union County. This includes adding new voters; removing deceased voters, felons, etc; entering voter history; and working with the office of the Secretary of State on a daily basis to verify voter eligibility. We also are responsible for all early and absentee voting. Our rules and regulations are governed by the Georgia State Election Code as well as the State Board of Elections.
Voter registration may be made in the registrars' office, at any public library, at the Department of Drivers Services, and other locations. You may also print and mail an application available on the Secretary of State's website.
The laws concerning early voting have recently changed. Please note: early (in person) voting is now available Monday - Friday 8 - 4:30, 20 days prior to an election as well as 1 Saturday two weeks prior to the election. Absentee (vote by mail) ballots are available 45 days before each election. Applications must be made in writing. Military and overseas voters should see information on the Secretary of State's website on how to request an absentee ballot.
You may check your voter registration information, find your representatives view sample ballots and other useful information at this link.