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Anyone considering a recount may request and receive a copy of the law pertaining to recounts. Due to the complexity of the process, anyone seeking a recount should consult private legal counsel.
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By law, personal contact information, such as phone numbers and email addresses are not provided to any candidate, elected official, or marketing professional; however voter history is public information. If you have received campaign mail or solicitations, it was received from some other source. If you wish to have your name removed from their lists, please contact each source respectively.
If you are a registered voter and do not have proper ID to vote, 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 Elections Office 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.
**THE GEORGIA VOTER IDENTIFICATION CARD IS USED FOR VOTING PURPOSES ONLY**
Board meetings are held on the first Monday of every month at 12p.m. in the Elections Office which is located at 1110 E Spring St, Suite 100 in Monroe. These meetings are open to the public.