Proposed Precinct and Polling Place Changes


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APPROVED Precinct & Polling Place Changes

APPROVED Precinct and Polling Place Changes
On October 1 and December 23, 2019 the Forsyth County Board of Voter Registrations and Elections approved several precinct and polling place changes that will become effective with the 2020 election cycle.  The approved changes endorsed the addition of 5 polling place locations to accommodate the increase in registered voters.  All voters affected by these changes will receive precinct cards in the mail by the beginning of 2020.

Click here to view the precinct and polling place map for the 2020 election cycle, as well as district maps.

Please be advised: Where you vote may change, who represents you has not changed.

Voter Information Guide: Proposed Precinct Changes effective 2020 - APPROVED October 1, 2019
Voter Information Guide: Proposed Precinct Changes effective 2020 - APPROVED December 23, 2019



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The mission of the Voter Registrations and Elections Department is to enable all eligible citizens of Forsyth County to exercise their right to register and vote under the Constitution of the United States; to provide for the security and integrity of all elections in accordance with the Georgia Election Code and State Election Board Rules; to encourage voter participation; to continue providing excellent customer service to voters, candidates and the media; and to maintain public confidence through education of the voting process and laws governing elections.