Register to Vote Here or drop by our office and pick up an application.
You must BE REGISTERED to be eligible to vote.
You can register to vote at any time;
however, you must be registered at least 30 days before an election in which you wish to vote.
Voter registration is permanent, IF YOU KEEP YOUR REGISTRATION CURRENT. You must notify the voter registrar of any changes in information such as name change, moving to a new location within the county, or a change in your mailing address.
* be a United State citizen
* be at least 18 years of age on election day
* be a resident of the county
* not have been determined mentally incompetent by a final
judgment of a court
* not have been finally convicted of a felony, or if convicted you
** received a certificate of discharge; or
** have been pardoned; or
** completed probation and/or parole
You may register to vote if you are at least 17 years and 10 months of age on the date the application is submitted, but you must be 18 years of age to actually vote in an election.
Each voter registration application states that "giving false information to procure a registration is perjury, and a crime under state and federal law."
ALL REQUIRED INFORMATION MUST BE COMPLETED ON THE APPLICATION BEFORE IT CAN BE PROCESSED. AN APPLICATION MISSING REQUIRED INFORMATION WILL NOT BE PROCESSED, IT WILL BE RETURNED TO THE SENDER.
IF YOU MOVE WITHIN THE COUNTY OR YOUR NAME CHANGES
Notify the voter registrar in writing of the changed information by:
* correcting the information on your current voter registration certificate, sign the back of the certificate, and return it to the registrar, or
* if you do not have your voting certificate, send a note giving the old information as you were registered and the new information for updating, or
* complete a voter registration application, indicating "change", or completing a statement of residence at the time of voting
You will be eligible to vote in your new precinct on the 30th day after the registrar receives the notice, meanwhile you may continue to vote in your old precinct. Before you are allowed to vote in the old precinct, the election judge will ask you to fill out a statement of residence confirming your new address.
You may vote without your certificate by showing another form of identification.
IF YOU MOVE TO ANOTHER COUNTY
You must re-register in the county of your new residence by completing a voter registration application and mailing it to that county's voter registrar.
You may be eligible to vote a limited ballot in the county of your new residence during the first 90 days after you move if:
* you would have been eligible to vote in the county of former residence on Election day if you had still lived in that county;
* the date of the election is not more than 90 days after the new residence is established; and
* your voter registration in the county of new residence is not effective on or before election day.