Board of Elections

The Board of Elections is responsible for conducting fair and impartial elections and registering local residents to vote. Elections and registration are conducted in accordance with the Georgia Election code, State Election Board Rules, Federal and Local Laws.

The Board of Elections and Registration of Peach County is composed of five members appointed accordingly:

  • Two members of the board are appointed by the governing authority of Peach County
  • One member of the board is selected by the county executive committee of the political party which received the highest number of votes within the county for its candidate for Governor in the general election immediately preceding the appointment of such member.
  • One member of the board is selected by the county executive committee of the political party which received the second highest number of votes within the county for its candidate for Governor in the general election immediately preceding the appointment of such member.
  • One member is selected by the chief judge of the Superior Court of Peach County.

This section of our website contains all you need to know about registering to vote in Peach County as well as information on when and where to vote. You can check to see if you are a registered voter by using the link provided and you can download a registration form if you are not registered. Information is also provided about absentee and advance voting. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact the board of registrars.

Peach County Precincts

Fort Valley 1
1000 Tulip Drive
Fort Valley, Ga. 31030

Fort Valley 2
Anna Lumpkin Auditorium
200 Spruce Street
Fort Valley, Ga. 31030

Fort Valley 3 (Fire Station #3)
195 Willow Lake Road
Fort Valley, Ga. 31030

Claude (Fire Station #5)
10660 Miami Valley Road
Fort Valley, Ga. 31030

Powersville (Fire Station #1)
6711 Peach Parkway
Fort Valley Ga. 31030

Byron 1
401 Main Street
Byron, Ga. 31008

Byron 2
401 Main Street
Byron, Ga. 31008

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