To provide the citizens of Effingham County accurate, fair, and honest elections; to assist all citizens in the elections and registration process, while ensuring those who wish to participate in the democratic process are properly registered and understand the process to follow to cast their vote.
The Secretary of State’s Office sent out Absentee Ballot Applications to all Active registered Voters in the State to help encourage voters to vote by mail , due to COVID-19. Here are some frequently asked questions. If you still have questions please email our office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If I am over 65 years old and or disabled and I already requested a ballot for March or May, do I need to complete another application?
No, if you marked that you were elderly or disabled you will automatically get your ballots for rest of this Election year.
If I threw away my application, can I get another one?
You may need to check your registration. CLICK HERE to check your information. You can update your registration until July 13.
Where do I put my mailing address on the application?
In section 3. If you want to update your address permanently check the corresponding box.
How do I know if my application was received or the status of my ballot?
CLICK HERE to login into My Voter Page, then clickAbsentee Ballot Status.
CHECK THE STATUS OF YOUR PROVISIONAL BALLOT STATUS
Call our office at 912-754-8030 or the Secretary of States Office at 1-844-537-5375
The Effingham County Board of Elections & Registration only handles County Elections. All the Municipalities in the County manage their own Elections. Please contact them regarding any questions you have about City Elections. Guyton City Hall, Springfield City Hall, Rincon City Hall.
Please continue to check back with us for updated Election information.