What is a precinct card?

A precinct card is a record of your current registration information. It contains your voting districts and the precinct location where you must vote on election days. You should receive a precinct card in the mail two to four weeks after submitting a registration application. If you do not receive the card, or to find out if your registration is current, contact our office at 706-613-3150.

If you move, there is space provided on the card for your new address and instructions for returning the card. This will update your registration.

You can also view and download your precinct card online by using Secretary of State's My Voter Page website at https://mvp.sos.ga.gov/s/

Video: How To View Your Voting Districts and Download Your Precinct Card

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1. Am I eligible to vote in Georgia?
2. What is required to register to vote?
3. Do I register as a member of a political party?
4. How do I register to vote?
5. How do I know if my registration application was approved?
6. Do I have to register to vote again when I move?
7. What is a precinct card?
8. Can my registration expire?
9. What are the different methods for casting my vote?
10. When does early/advance voting begin?
11. What identification is required to vote?
12. Can I use my college or university photo ID card?
13. What happens if I am at the polls on Election Day and I do not have my photo ID?
14. What if I do not have acceptable photo ID?
15. How does the voting process work in Georgia? What do I actually do during voting?
16. How do I become a poll worker?
17. When are the Board of Elections Meetings and can I attend?
18. I received election related mail. How do I know if it's official?