Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections

EARLY VOTING IS COMPLETE! (THERE IS NO SATURDAY OR MONDAY VOTING)

FINAL WEEK OF ADVANCE EARLY VOTING CONCLUDED FRIDAY – JULY 20TH.

ELECTION DAY AT YOUR DESIGNATED POLLING LOCATION IS TUESDAY – JULY 24TH FROM 7AM TO 7PM

Tuesday July 24, 2018 is Primary Runoff and Non-Partisan Runoff Election in Macon-Bibb County

Document: Voting Locations

Enter you address to find information and directions to your voting location.

Advance Early Voting Finishes With More than 2,500 Voters!

Advance Early Voting for the General Primary and the Non-Partisan Runoff Elections has completed

Sample Ballots for Runoff Elections

Sample Ballots for the 

General Primary and Non-Partisan Runoff Elections on Tuesday: 07-24-2018

See the ‘Sample Ballots’ Tab for larger versions of the Individual types.

Results for District 1 Voters - Non-Partisan Special Election Runoff Tuesday 06/19/2018.

RESULTS FOR HOWARD VOTING PRECINCTS FOR SPECIAL ELECTION COMMISSION DISTRICT 1 on Tuesday – June 19, 2018 

Unofficial and Incomplete Results

MACON-BIBB COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS (JUNE 19, 2018)
NONPARTISAN SPECIAL ELECTION RUNOFF – COMMISSION  SEAT DISTRICT 1
(to fulfill the unexpired term of Gary Bechtel)
Candidates VOTES PCT.
Lynn Wood 582 46%
Valerie  Wynn 677 54%
Total Votes 1,259 100%

HOWARD 3 (HO-3) – Mabel White Baptist Church – 1415 Bass Road Macon, GA 31210

HOWARD 5 (HO-5) – Forest Hills Methodist Church – 1217 Forest Hill Road Macon, GA 31210

HOWARD 6 (HO-6) – St. Francis Episcopal Church – 432 Forest Hill Road Macon, GA 31210

HOWARD 7 (HO-7) – Northside Christian Church – 5024 Northside Drive Macon, GA 31210

 

2018 Elections in Macon-Bibb County

  • Calendar excludes the specially called ‘Special Election for the District 1 Commission Seat’ held on 05-22-2018 and the Run-Off held on 06-19-2018. There will be no Advance Early Voting on Wednesday – July 4th.

Election Day Results - May 22, 2018 General Primary Election & Non-Partisan, Special Election

OFFICIAL RESULTS FROM VOTING ON TUESDAY – 05/22/2018

  • Results certified by the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office regarding the election.

Click here to view Results for May 22, 2018.

Election 2018: Federal - State - Local

MACON-BIBB COUNTY SPECIAL ELECTION RUNOFF COMMISSION DISTRICT 1 RESULT – 06/19/2018
Precincts Reporting: 100%                                   Votes      Percentage
Lynn Wood                                                               582      46.23%
Valerie Wynn                                                            677      53.77%
Total Votes:                                                           1,259

 

Board of Elections

Address: 2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Suite 1200 Macon, Georgia 31206 Phone: (478) 621 6622 Fax: (478) 621-6119 Please submit all Absentee Ballot Application request by fax to (478) 621-6119, by email to absentee@maconbibb.us.   Do not submit absentee ballot application requests to the Elections Supervisor.  Thank you! Mail Absentee Ballot request to: P.O. Box 6297  Macon, GA 31208 Voters may vote in person at the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections office located at 2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Suite 1200, Macon, GA  31206  Voter Search Information for Georgia Regisration.Board of Elections Members and Meeting Schedule

URL: Welcome to the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections The Board of Elections consists of a five member Board. Two members are appointed by the Republican Party – Two members by the Democratic Party – A fifth member shall be appointed by the Macon-Bibb County Commission from a list of nominees voted on by a majority of the four partisan appointees. Members are appointed for two year terms. Board Meetings are held the third Thursday** of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections Office located at 2525 Pio Nono Ave. Suite 1200, Macon, GA 31206. The Board of Elections consists of a five member Board. Two members are appointed by the Republican Party – Two members by the Democratic Party – A fifth member shall be appointed by the Macon-Bibb County Commission from a list of nominees voted on by a majority of the four partisan appointees. Members are appointed for two year terms. Board Meetings are held the third Thursday** of each month at 4:00 p.m. at the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections Office located at 2525 Pio Nono Ave, Suite 1200 Macon, GA 31206. **In months which an election is held the Board Meetings are held at 5:30 PM on the Friday following the election. ** Please Note,:Meetings are subject to change, please call 478-621-6622 to verify date and time.

Chairperson Rinda Wilson

Chairperson Rinda Wilson – MBC BOE Board Member representing the Republican Party.

Henry Ficklin (Vice Chairman) - MBC BOE Board Member (Democratic Representative)

Henry Ficklin (Vice Chairman) – MBC BOE Board Member representing the Democratic Party

Spangler - MBC BOE (Republican)

Herbert Spangler – MBC BOE Board Member representing the Republican Party.

Powell - MBC BOE (Democrat)

Cassandra Powell – MBC BOE Board Member (Democratic Representative)

Mike Kaplan - MBC BOE Board Member (Post-At-Large)

Mike Kaplan – MBC BOE Board Member serving as the Post-At-Large representative.

Sample Ballot for the Republican Primary & the Non Partisan Runoff Election Tue: 07-24-2018

Sample Ballot GOP & NP Runoff Election

Sample Ballot for the Republican and Non Partisan Runoff

Sample Ballot for the Democratic Primary & the Non-Partisan Runoff Election Tues.: 07-24-2018

Sample Ballot for Democratic & Non Partisan Runoff

Sample Ballot for the Democratic and Non Partisan Runoff

Sample Ballot for the Non-Partisan Runoff Election Tues.: 07-24-2018

Sample Ballot Non-Partisan Runoff Election 07-24

Sample Ballot for the Non Partisan Runoff 07-24-2018

URL: Advance Vote Counting

Advance Early Voting Count

Published daily during the scheduled Early Voting period which commenced on 07/02/2018 to 07/20/2018 when the period ends before the General Primary and Non-Partisan Runoff Election Day which takes place on Tuesday – 07/24/2018. No Saturday voting will take place this voting period.

Week One – Advanced Voting Count (July 02, 2018 – July 06, 2018) WE WERE CLOSED FOR JULY 4TH – INDEPENDENCE DAY

Date Daily Advance Voting General Election & Non-Partisan
Monday 07/02/2018

110

110

Tuesday 07/03/2018

134

134
Wednesday 07/04/2018 CLOSED – HOLIDAY CLOSED – HOLIDAY
Thursday 07/05/2018

122

 122
Friday 07/06/2018

155

155

Week Two – Advanced Voting Count (July 09, 2018 – July 13 , 2018) 

Date Daily Advance Voting General Election & Non-Partisan
Monday 07/09/2018

152

152

Tuesday 07/10/2018

144

144

Wednesday 07/11/2018 146 146
Thursday 07/12/2018  155 155
Friday 07/13/2018 146  146

Week Three – Advanced Voting Count (July 16, 2018 – July 20, 2018)

Date Daily Advance Voting General Election & Non-Partisan
Monday 07/16/2018

177

177 

Tuesday 07/17/2018

 166

166
Wednesday 07/18/2018

263

 263  
Thursday 07/19/2018

321

 321  
Friday 07/20/2018

371

371 ADVANCE EARLY VOTING ENDS FRIDAY

Earlier 2018 Early Voting Totals

Friday – 06/15/2018 was the last day of Advance Voting for the June 19, 2018 the Non-Partisan Commission District 1 Special Election. District 1 Runoff is being held today on 06/19 at select Howard precinct polling locations (Howard 3 [HO-3], Howard 5 [HO-5], Howard 6 [HO-6], and Howard 7 [HO-7].

Published daily during the scheduled Early Voting period commencing 06/11/2018 to 06/15/2018 when the period ends before the Commission District Special  Election Day on Tuesday – 06/19/2018.

Special Election Run-Off Early Voting Week – Advanced Voting Count (June 11, 2018 – June 15, 2018)

Date Daily Advance Voting Special Election – Commission District 1
Monday 06/11/2018

19

19

Tuesday 06/12/2018

26

26
Wednesday 06/13/2018

28

 28
Thursday 06/14/2018

25

25  
Friday 06/15/2018

52

52 

 Advance Voting has completed

 

 

Friday – 05/18/2018 was the last day of Advance Voting for the May 22, 2018 General Primary and Non-Partisan Election as well as the Non-Partisan Commission District 1 Special Election. District 1 Runoff will be held on 06/19.

Published daily during the scheduled Early Voting period which commenced on 04/30/2018 to 05/18/2018 when the period ended before the General Primary Election Day on Tuesday – 05/22/2018. Saturday voting was available on 05/12/2018 from 9AM-4PM.

Week One – Advanced Voting Count (April 30, 2018 – May 04, 2018)

Date Daily Advance Voting General Election & Non-Partisan Special Election – Commission District 1
Monday 04/30/2018

154

140

14

Tuesday 05/01/2018

100

94 6
Wednesday 05/02/2018

135

 120  15
Thursday 05/03/2018

105

 99  6
Friday 05/04/2018

140

128  12 

Week Two – Advanced Voting Count (May 07, 2018 – May 12, 2018) * Designated Saturday Voting Day

Date Daily Advance Voting General Election & Non-Partisan Special Election – Commission District 1
Monday 05/07/2018

178

163

15

Tuesday 05/08/2018

205

190

15

Wednesday 05/09/2018  182  168  14
Thursday 05/10/2018  204 186 18
Friday 05/11/2018 223  202  21
Saturday 05/12/2018 170  153  17

Week Three – Advanced Voting Count (April 30, 2018 – May 04, 2018)

Date Daily Advance Voting General Election & Non-Partisan Special Election – Commission District 1
Monday 05/14/2018

322

281 

41 

Tuesday 05/15/2018

 393

 348  45
Wednesday 05/16/2018

501

 443  58
Thursday 05/17/2018

627

 564  63
Friday 05/18/2018

1011

 915  96

Advanced Voting has been completed for the May General Primary and Special Election.

 

My Voter Page

Step 1 and Step 2

GA My Voter Page (MVP)

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Notice: New Voting Locations replacing Closed Polling Locations in 2018

Effective for the May 22, 2018 General Primary and Nonpartisan General Elections, new polling locations replace now closed locations at Hephzibah Children’s Home, Howard High School, McKibben Lane, Brookdale, and Skyview Elementary Schools. Voters in those locations will now be assigned to their new polling locations at Northway Church (Howard 1 – HO1), Howard Community Club (Howard 2 – HO2), Forest Hills United Methodists Church (Howard 5 – HO5), Glorious Hope Baptist Church (Vineville 3 – VV3), and Macon Evangelistic Church (Warrior 2 – WA2). Please use your voting information available on your Voter Registration Card or online at The Georgia My Voter Page to help identify your new your new polling location.

Media Release for Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections regarding new voting locations:

2018 New Voting Locations Media Release 2018 New Voting Location


Closure of the Hazzard 5 (HA5) Polling Location

Closing of Hazzard 5 (HA5) Polling Location

Regarding the permanent closure of the Hazzard 5 (HA5) Polling Location has permanently closed.


New Howard 2 (HO2) Polling location

New Howard 2 (HO2) location

Thumbnail image of the MBC BOE Letter regarding the new Howard 2 (HO2) Polling Location.


New Vineville 3 (VV3) Polling location

New Vineville 3 (VV3) location

Thumbnail image of the MBC BOE Letter regarding new Vineville 3 (VV3) Polling Location.


New Warrior 2 (WA2) Polling location

New Warrior 2 (WA2) location

Thumbnail of the MBC BOE Letter regarding new Warrior 2 (WA2) Polling Location.


Media Release – New Voting Locations 2018

Document: Voting Locations

Enter you address to find information and directions to your voting location.

Unofficial and Incomplete Results

MACON-BIBB COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS (JUNE 19, 2016)
NONPARTISAN SPECIAL ELECTION RUNOFF – COMMISSION SEAT DISTRICT 1
(To fulfill the Unexpired Term of Gary Bechtel)
VOTES PCT.
Lynn Wood 582 46%
Valerie  Wynn 677 54%
Total Votes 1,259 100.%
TOTALS BY PRECINCT
HOWARD  3 (H0-3) – Turning Point @Mabel White Baptist Church
Candidates VOTES PCT.
Lynn Wood 243 45%
Valerie  Wynn 300 55%
Total Votes 543 100%
HOWARD  5 (H0-5) – Forest Hills United Methodist Church
Candidates
VOTES
PCT.
Lynn Wood 57 46%
Valerie  Wynn 66 54%
Total Votes 123 100%
HOWARD  6 (H0-6) – Saint Francis Episcopal Christian Church
Candidates VOTES PCT.
Lynn Wood 104 47%
Valerie  Wynn 118 53%

Total Votes

222
100%
HOWARD  7 (H0-7) – Northside Christian Church
Candidates VOTES PCT.
Lynn Wood 178 48%
Valerie  Wynn 193 52%
Total Votes 371 100%

ELECTION DAY RESULTS – MAY 22, 2018 GENERAL PRIMARY  & SPECIAL ELECTION

Official Results for the General Primary, Nonpartisan, and Special Commission District 1 election

  • Results certified by the Georgia Secretary of State Office for this election.

Click here to view Results for May 22, 2018

Remember, In Macon-Bibb County: ‘Every Vote Matters!’

URLHow To Vote in Macon-Bibb County

How To Register To Vote in Macon-Bibb County

Qualifications for Registering and Voting (NOTE: False information on a registration is a felony.)

  1. A citizen of the United States.
  2. At least 18 years of age on date of election; 17 ½ at registration.
  3. A resident of Georgia (Bibb County). No standard length of residency is required.
  4. No felony conviction – unless rights have been restored.
  5. Mentally sound.

Voter Registration forms are available at: Board of Elections 2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Ste 1200, Macon, Georgia 31206 Mon-Fri   8:30 am to 5:30 pm Phone: (478) 621-6622 Fax:    (478) 621-6119 Macon-Bibb County Government Center 700 Poplar Street Macon, Ga 31201 Mon-Fri    8:30 am to 5:30 pm Phone: (478) 751-7400 All Public Libraries Department Family & Children Services Drivers License Bureau Registration is permanent if you: (A voter must vote once every three years to remain active)

Notify the Board of Elections of a change of address within Bibb County. Notify the Board of Elections if you change your name. (NOTE: Upon registration in Bibb County, previous registration will be cancelled.) A separate registration for city elections is not required.

Registration Deadlines Voter registration cutoff is always thirty (30) days before date of primaries or general elections. Date varies for special elections.

URLVoter Identification Requirements and Information

VOTER ID REFERENCE SHEET

Voters who cast their votes in person must show one of six forms of photo identification. If the voter votes BY MAIL, they DO NOT need a photo ID. Photo ID rules ONLY APPLY to IN-PERSON voting by absentee, advance voting or at the polling place on Election Day.

  • A current or expired Georgia driver’s license (or Department of Driver Services identification card);
  • A valid United States military photo identification card;
  • A valid photo identification card issued by any branch, department agency, or entity of the United States, Georgia, or any other state authorized by law to issue personal identification, including a FREE Georgia Voter Identification Card;
  • A valid employee photo identification card issued by any branch, department, agency, or entity of the United States, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority of other entity of Georgia;
  • A valid United States passport; or
  • A valid tribal photo identification card.

Any elector who registered for the first time in Georgia by mail, and did not provide identification at the time of registering may provide one of the six (6) items of photo identification listed above, or for the electors first time voting, may provide one of the following forms of identification: copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document that shows the name and address of elector. IF ELECTOR CANNOT PROVIDE ANY OF THE ABOVE LISTED ID’S THEY MAY VOTE A PROVISIONAL BALLOT IN ACCORDANCE WITH O.C.G.A. 21-2-220 and 21-2-417. If the voter does not have a Georgia driver’s license, or other qualified ID, they can obtain either a FREE Georgia Identification Card from the Department of Driver Services or a FREE Georgia Voter Identification Card at their county registrar’s office. Just contact the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections located at 2525 Pio Nono Ave., Ste 1200, Macon, GA 31206. Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. For more information call 478-621-6622. In order to get a FREE Georgia Voter Identification Card, a voter will need to provide the following:

  1. A photo identity document, or a non-photo identity document (must include voter’s full legal name and date of birth); and
  2. Documentation showing the voter’s date of birth; and
  3. Evidence that voter is registered to vote in Georgia; and
  4. Documentation showing the voter’s name and address of principal residence.

The voter may use the same document to satisfy more than one of the above requirements. For additional information, please visit the Secretary of State’s web page at www.sos.state.ga.us

URLAbsentee Voting Information

Absentee Ballot Applications can be accepted by email, faxed, in person and by mail.
Send via email (absentee@maconbibb.us)
Fax: 478-621-6119
Walk-In : 2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Suite 1200
By Mail: P.O. Box 6297, Macon, Georgia  31208

All requests for absentee ballots must state:

  1. Which election ballot is requested for: (If a primary election, request must choose Democrat or Republican ballot.)
  2. Name and address as registered.
  3. Date of birth.
  4. Address for delivery of ballot.
  5. Signature of applicant.

Any elector who is unexpectedly hospitalized on the day of an election may call the Board of Elections (621-6622) by noon, and an absentee ballot will be delivered to the elector. Relatives may request absentee ballots for electors temporarily out of the county or physically disabled by submitting an absentee application in person or by mail to the Board of Elections. To print out an Absentee Ballot Application, please go to the State of GA My Voter Page. Use the following link to pull up the Absentee Ballot Application: Mail In Absentee Ballot Application. The application may be filled out and printed from this page. You may mail the completed application to: Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections P.O. Box 6297 Macon, GA  31208 or fax it to (478) 621-6119. Absentee Applications must be received by the Board of Elections office no later than 5:30 PM the Friday preceding each election.

URL2018 MBC Voting Information Flyer Please feel free to download the PDF of the Election Flyer regarding Macon-Bibb County voter information: Click here to download: EARLY VOTING & ABSENTEE INFORMATION 2018 (General NP & Primary & General Elections)

VOTER INFORMATION

On-line Registration, Voter Status & Request an Absentee Ballot Application by visiting

http://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov

OR CONTACT THE MACON-BIBB COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS OFFICE AT (478) 621-6622

Please feel free to download a PDF copy of this Voter Information Flyer: EARLY VOTING & ABSENTEE INFORMATION 2018 (General NP & Primary & General Elections)

Absentee Ballot Applications are accepted by the following:  By Scanning the completed Absentee Ballot Application &  sending it by Email to: absentee@maconbibb.us  By Faxing to: 478-621-6119  By Mailing to: Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections, P O Box 6297, Macon, GA  31208 (Our P O Box location is the Main Branch Post Office located at 451 College Street)                                                 Early Voting SCHEDULE for the following 2018 Elections:

General Primary, Non-Partisan & Special Elections (May 22, 2018 – Election Day) *Voter Registration deadline:  April 24th (Early Voting) April 30,  thru  May  18, 2018 (Early Voting) Saturday, May 12th 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
General Primary Runoff (July 24, 2018 – Election Day) *Voter Registration deadline for Federal Run-off Election:   JUNE 25th (Early Voting) July 2, thru  July 20, 2018 No weekend voting
General Election (November 6, 2018 – Election Day) *Voter Registration deadline:  October 9th (Early Voting) Oct. 15, thru Nov. 2, 2018 (Early Voting) Saturday, Oct. 27th 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
General Election Runoff (local & state) (December 4, 2018 – Election Day) *Voter Registration deadline:  October 9th (Early Voting) ASAP No weekend voting
Federal (General Election Runoff) (January 8, 2019 – Election Day) *Voter Registration deadline for Federal Run-off Election:  December 10th (Early Voting) Dec. 17, 2018 thru Jan. 6, 2019 No weekend voting

EARLY VOTING LOCATION

  • Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections  2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Ste. 1200, Macon, GA  31206
  • The Board of Elections office accepts Absentee Ballot Applications through the last day of each Election’s Early Voting period.  The deadline for accepting these applications for a mail-in ballot is 5:30 p.m. on the last day of the early voting schedule. (See Above)

URLCandidates Ethics and Qualification Information Please feel free to download the PDF packet of forms and information regarding qualifications and duties for candidates seeking office: Candidate Qualification Packet

URL:  Poll Worker Skill Requirements Information           PDF: MBC Poll Worker Application  Please feel to review the following information on how to become a Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections Poll Worker. You can download the PDF Application here: Please click here to open and download the PDF versions of the Poll Worker Information and Application: Poll Workers Skill Requirements and MBC Board of Elections – Application _____________________________________________________________________________________

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MACON-BIBB COUNTY

BOARD OF ELECTIONS

FORM CREATED 08/03/2017

POLL WORKER APPLICANTS                                       Are you interested in serving your community, making new friends, and earning extra money?  Do you possess computer skills?  Apply to become one of the many civic-minded citizens who work at the polls on Election Day.  The Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections office is seeking highly motivated dependable individuals to work from 6:00 a.m. until closing of your precinct on Election Day.   The close of the polling location will vary depending on the election & voters’ turnout.  Here are the election types:  PrimaryGeneral and Special

  • Primary closing usually around 8:30 p.m.
  • General closing usually around 9:00 p.m.
  • Special closing usually around 8:15 p.m.

  You must serve ALL Voters that are present at the polling location before & by 7 p.m.    The polling location closing schedule is an estimated time and voters’ turnout will be a factor!   Working as a Poll Worker will not affect government benefits such as social security or public aide and “Is Not Reported to the IRS, unless you earn $600.00 or more per year as a poll worker.”

 
All Workers Must Complete:
  _________________________   ______________
(PRINT) (DATE)
  • Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections’ Poll Worker application
  • Provide Identification
  • Completes the Poll Worker training before each PrimaryGeneral and Special election
  • Must receive the mandatory training before a work assignment is granted
  • Poll workers must perform the various tasks needed for working at the poll
  • Receive voting equipment training
  • Attend additional training set by Elections Supervisor when necessary.
  • Poll Worker training is mandatory and is paid $50 once per election listed here above. If you do not work on the Election Day, your training pay will be forfeited!

  This acknowledges that you have been provided the Poll Worker duties, guidelines and requirements.

Signature: ________________________ ________________
(PRINT) (DATE)

    We strive for excellence in providing service to The Macon-Bibb County community and ALL constituents of the State of Georgia “EVERY VOTE MATTERS”

Announcement of Logic and Accuracy Testing (L&A) for the July 24, 2018 Runoff Election

Logic and Accuracy Testing 06/27/2018

L&A Testing for 07-24-2018

Board of Elections

Address: 2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Suite 1200 Macon, Georgia 31206 Phone: (478) 621-6622 Fax: 478-621-6119 Please submit all Absentee Ballot Application request by fax to (478) 621-6119, by email to absentee@maconbibb.us.   Do not submit absentee ballot application requests to the Elections Supervisor.  Thank you! Mail Absentee Ballot request to: P.O. Box 6297  Macon, GA 31208 Voters may vote in person at the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections office located at 2525 Pio Nono Avenue, Suite 1200, Macon, GA  31206  Voter Search Information for Georgia Regisration.Board of Elections Members and Meeting Schedule