You may request absentee ballots as early as 180 days before an election. Absentee ballots may also be requested for the following reasons:
- Constant caregiver to someone who is physically disabled
- Election Official, who will perform official duties in connection with the Election
- Election Day falls on a religious holiday, which you observe
- Required to be on duty in your place of employment for the protection of the health, 生活, or safety of the public during the entire time the polls are open
- 65 years of age or older
- Citizen of the United States permanently residing outside the United States and last domiciled in Georgia, not voting in any other state. Allowed to vote for Federal Offices (President, 副总统, US Senator or Representative in Congress)
- Armed Forces or Merchant Marines of the United States, spouse or dependent of the member, residing outside the County.
Ballot request forms are available by clicking 在这里. (opens a new window, please allow popups) Complete, sign, and return the form to:
桃县 选举委员会 & 登记
Ft. 山谷,遗传算法. 31030-0853
You may request an absentee ballot by submitting the following information, 以书面形式, to the 选举委员会 & 登记机关. 请求必须包括:
- Name of election, date of election (if primary, declare party preference)
- Reason absentee ballot is being requested
- Voter's name and address as registered
- Mailing address w在这里 ballot will be mailed
- Voter's signature (may be signed by specified relative if voter is temporarily out of county or if voter is physically disabled)
After completing the request, please submit to the 桃县 选举委员会 & 登记 in person, or by fax. You may also email completed, signed forms to adrienne-ray@peachcounty.网.
If absentee ballots are available, when appearing in person to request an absentee ballot you must vote within the confines of the 桃县 选举委员会 & 登记机关.
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act
The Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) was enacted by Congress in 1986. UOCAVA requires that the states and territories allow certain groups of citizens to register and vote absentee in elections for Federal offices. 除了, most states and territories have their own laws allowing citizens covered by UOCAVA to register and vote absentee in state and local elections as well. United States citizens covered by UOCAVA include: * members of the United States Uniformed Services and merchant marine; * their family members; and * United States citizens residing outside the United States