You may request an absentee ballot online by visiting the Absentee Ballot by Mail Online Portal or by filling out an Absentee Ballot Application within 180 days of an election. You may submit the paper application after you print and sign it either via email to: email@example.com, by fax to 706-310-3486, or by mail to P O Box 958 Watkinsville, GA 30677. Once your ballot is mailed to you, you may return directly to our office at 10 Court Street Watkinsville, GA 30677 or use our 24-hour secure ballot drop box located directly outside of our office at 10 Court Street Watkinsville, GA or you can return by USPS to P O Box 958 Watkinsville, GA 30677 by 7 p.m. on Election Day.
To check your Absentee Ballot Status, you may go toMy Voter Page and put in your first initial, last name, county and date of birth to view your absentee ballot application or ballot status. Once you click "Click here for Absentee Ballot Status", you will see a screen with the date the application was received, the date the ballot issued and the date the ballot was received.
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THE OFFICIAL ABSENTEE BALLOT DROP BOX FOR OCONEE COUNTY
IS LOCATED AT 10 COURT STREET WATKINSVILLE, GA 30677
DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OFFICE.
THE DROP BOX IS UNDER 24 HOUR SURVEILLANCE AND IS CURRENTLY CLOSED.
Mission The mission of the Elections and Registration Office is to register citizens of Oconee County to vote, to ensure that elections are free, impartial, fair, accurate, convenient and accessible to all voters, to encourage voter participation, to provide excellent customer service to voters, candidates and the media, and to help the public understand and follow all laws, rules and regulations set by Federal, State and Local Laws, as well as the State Election Board.
Responsibilities In addition to planning, organizing and conducting all county elections, the Oconee County Board of Elections and Registrations Office is responsible for recording the voter registrations of Oconee County citizens and verifying the legality of each voter. The Elections office is accountable for the accuracy and validity of elections and for abiding by all federal and state election codes.