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Information for Baldwin County Voters
Information for Baldwin County Voters

Every eligible registered voter in Baldwin County will receive a new precinct card.  The card (a small white post card) lists the voter's districts and voting location.  Voters are reminded to review the card to identify changes in U.S. Congressional, Georgia House, and in some cases County Commission and Board of Education district numbers (representative changes).

What action should a voter take if they do not receive a new precinct card?

  1. Verify their information on file at sos.ga.gov link to the My Voter Page (MVP).
  2. Visit the Voter Registrar's office, Suite 102 of the Baldwin County Courthouse.
  3. Contact the Voter Registrar's office at 478-445-4526.


Voter's are responsible for updating residential and mailing address changes with the Voter Registrar by the fifth Monday prior to an election.  The Board wishes to stress the importance of reviewing new district numbers on the voter's precinct card.  Knowledge of new districts will benefit the voter in preparing for the upcoming elections.

Early voting for all precincts in Baldwin County is held 21 days prior to an election.  Early voting will occur on the second Saturday prior to an election with Federal and State candidates on the ballot.  Baldwin County's designated early voting location is room 104 of of the courthouse.

  • Early Voting for July Primary begins July 9, 2012 and ends July 27, 2012, 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday voting for the July Primary July 21, 2012, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Watch your mail for your Baldwin County Voter Precinct Card within the next two weeks.

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