Terrell County
Board of Elections

Terrell County Governmental Building
955 Forrester Drive, SE
Dawson, Georgia 39842

229-995-5066    229-995-4756

The Terrell County Board of Elections and Registration meets on the
second Tuesday of each month at 9:00 A.M. in the Registrar's conference room.
These meetings are open to the public.
Anyone wishing to speak to the board,
representing either himself/herself or a group,
should inform the Supervisor at least three business days before the meeting.
Call 229-995-5066 to reach the Supervisor

SECRETARY OF STATE'S HOTLINE NUMBER:
1-844-537-5375

CHECK ELECTIONS RESULTS BY CLICKING THE BUTTON BELOW OR
VISITING THE SECRETARY OF STATE'S WEBSITE  sos.ga.gov 


NOVEMBER 08, 2022 GENERAL ELECTION
WWW.MVP.SOS.GA.GOV

August 22, 2022 – Earliest day for voters to submit an application for Absentee By mail ballot
For the November 8, 2022 General Elections.
Sept. 21, 2022 - Logic and Accuracy testing of Ballot Marking Devices and Image Cast Precinct
Scanners (CP) units, Poll Pads units for the General Election, Nonpartisan
General Election, and Special Election to be held Tuesday, November 8,
2022, will begin Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. in the
Terrell County Governmental Building located at 955 Forrester Dr. in Dawson.
The testing will continue until all voting units have been tested.
The public is invited to be present to observe the test. All desiring to be
present are asked to wear a mask.

October 11, 2022 - Deadline for citizens to register to vote and change of address to be
Eligible to vote in the November 8, 2022.

October 17, 2022 – Advance (Absentee In-person) voting begins for November 8th General
Election. Elections and Registration Office located in Terrell County Governmental Building 955 Forrester Dr. SE, Dawson, GA. Due to COVID- virus and Omicron Variants voters are asked to wear a Mask.
8:30 am -12:00 Noon, 1:00pm-5:00pm

October 22, 2022 – Saturday Voting during the hours of 9:00am through 5:00pm.

October 27, 2022 – Intent to process or tabulate absentee mail ballots cast for the
November 8th General Election.
October 28, 2022 – Deadline for voters to request absentee ballot by mail for November 8th
General Election.

October 29, 2022 – Saturday Voting during the hours of 9:00am through 5:00pm.

November 8, 2022-Last Day of Advance (Absentee In-Person) voting for the November 8th
General Election. 8:30 am -12:00 Noon, 1:00pm-5:00pm

November 8, 2022- Election Day- All voters are required to vote at your assigned voting polling place.

  Precinct #1 – Dawson Governmental Building
955 Forrester Dr. SE
Dawson, GA
Precinct #2 – Sasser City Hall
118 E Main St
Sasser, GA 39885

Precinct #3 – Bronwood City Hall
102 Main St.
Bronwood, GA 39842

Precinct #4 - Parrott City Hall
142 E. Main St
Parrott, GA 39877

Precinct #5 – Graves United Methodist Church
4197 Graves Hwy
Dawson, Ga 398
Precinct #6 – Pleasant Hill Bapt. Church
1960 Herod/Dover Rd
Dawson, GA 39842




Terrell County Board of Elections
Frances Jordan, Chairperson
George Graham, Vice-Chairperson
Nellie Parris

Executive Director of Registration and Elections
Carolyn H. Williams
P.O. Box 715 * 955 Forrester Dr. SE
Dawson, GA 39842
(229) 995-5066- Office/ (229) 995-6537-FAX
carolyn03@windstream.net

Clerk of Registrars
Mary A. Johnson
(229)995-4756-Office/(229)995-6537-FAX
mary01@windstream.net  

Terrell County
Board of Elections

Mrs. Nell Parris
Mrs. Frances Jordan
​Mr. George Graham

Elections Supervisor:
Mrs. Carolyn Williams
229-995-5066
carolyn03@windstream.net

Clerk of Registrars:
Diane Martin
(229) 995-4756
diane01@windstream.net

My Voter Page

Use the link above to access the State of Georgia's official website to:
*review your sample ballot, *request mail-in ballots,
*find your polling location, 
*update voter registration info, 
*check your provisional ballot or mail-in ballot status, 
*find election dates

Secretary of State's website for Elections Information

The Elections Division of the Secretary of State’s Office organizes and oversees all election activity, including voter registration, municipal, state, county, and federal elections. They are responsible for certification of election results; certifying the qualification of candidates; maintaining current Statewide Voter Registration Database; preparation of ballots, election forms and materials; investigating election fraud and enforcing state election laws.

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