Board of Elections & Registration
You must fill out an application, sign it and mail it.
- You must register or change your address at least 30 days before an election in Georgia.
- There are special requirements if you register for the first time in Georgia by mail. (See below)
- Once you are registered to vote, you will receive a Voter Precinct Card which lists your voting location and representative districts.
Qualifications To Register
- You must be a citizen of the United States
- You must be resident of Walker County
- You must be at least 17 years old (but you can't vote until you turn 18)
Where To Register
- You may print the form, which you must sign and mail in.
- Visit us in person at our office:
Walker County Elections Office
103 South Duke Street Room 110
Lafayette, GA 30728
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
3. Register to vote when you get your driver's license.
4. Pick up an application at government service centers.
5. Register at any public library.
When To Register
- The last day to register for any election is 30 days prior to that election
- Any mail-in applications must be postmarked by 30 days prior to that election
- If you move, you must notify us 30 days prior to any election
- If you are not sure if you are registered, please call or email us first. Duplicate registrations cost us a lot of time!
- If you move to another county, you must re-register in that county, using the State of Georgia Application for Voter Registration form. (No other forms, even if we send them to you, will "work" to register you in another county.)
- Note: If you move within Walker County you must notify us 30 days prior to any election.
- If you have moved at all, do not assume you are still registered. You must notify us of your new address
- If you are not sure if you are registered, please check first on the Secretary of State's website: https://sos.ga.gov/
Registering for the First Time in Georgia by Mail
Any elector who registered for the first time in Georgia by mail, and did not provide identification at the time of registering, may provide one of the six (6) items of photo identification listed on the Photo ID tab, or for the electors’ first time voting, may provide one of the following forms of identification: copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows the name and address of the elector.
If you forget to enclose your I.D. with your application, it could delay your voting process the first time you go to the polls.