Rabun County Board of Elections & Registration
19 Jo Dotson Circle, Suite 201
Clayton, GA 30525
Telephone: (706) 782-1878
Fax: (706) 782-3754
Office Hours 8:30 am - 5:00pm
Your Election Board
The Board of Elections and Registration of Rabun County were enacted by the General Assembly of Georgia in 2006. The Board is accountable for the conduct of primaries and elections and the registration of voters and absentee balloting procedures. The Board is composed of three members appointed by the Board of Commissioners of Rabun County. The Board appoints the Supervisor of Elections, whom is responsible for all elections duties.
Rabun County currently has one polling place, the Rabun County Civic Center, located at 201 West Savannah Street in Clayton, Georgia. This is the location where votes are cast on election day. Early voting takes place at the office of the Board of Elections and Registration.
Members of the Board:
Jack Byrne, Chair
Did you know that in Georgia, you can now use your computer or your mobile phone to access voter services?
The available services include: registering to vote, changing your address or name, getting an absentee ballot application or viewing a sample ballot prior to voting. The links to these online services are below. If you have any questions or are having difficulties accessing the web, contact the Elections Supervisor's office for assistance.
There is now an app for that! You can download the new GA Votes mobile app for Android from the Google Play Store or iTunes for your Apple device to register to vote or access the My Voter Page (MVP) services.
Georgia Online Voter Registration System (OLVR)
You may use this system to (1) Register to vote in Georgia or (2) change your name and/or address on your current registration record.
Georgia My Voter Page (MVP)
The Georgia My Voter Page gives voters the ability to request absentee ballot applications, check voter registration status, print a Voter Card, find out hours for early voting and get a look at a ballot for upcoming elections by accessing the internet. Click here or type http://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP in your browser to use the following services online.
Voters with Disabilities
Voters with disabilities have access to a number of methods to vote in the manner they desire, from getting assistance with registration or voting, being provided a fully accessible and assistive polling device at the polling place or voting at home using an absentee ballot. Devices available today include an audio ballot for the visually impaired and a magnifying feature on the touch screen. For further details on ways to vote independently and privately, see the Voter with Disabilities document or call the Elections Office.
The Board of Elections is always looking for Poll Workers. Interested persons can download the Poll Worker Brochure to learn more about being a poll worker or you can download the Poll Worker Application to apply.
Considering Running for Office?
Learn more about qualifying for office, filing reports, obtaining forms, etc. at Candidate Information or by typing into your browser http://sos.ga.gov/index.php/Elections/information_for_candidates
Contact the Elections & Registration office if you have any further questions.