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Only for elderly and disabled voters. Other voters must request an absentee ballot application if they want to vote by mail.
Voters can choose between a Democratic, Non-Partisan, and Republican ballots. Sample ballots can be seen on the My Voter Page of the Secretary of State’s website.
The application is available online at https://www.hallcounty.org/249/Elections or through your MVP page https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do.
Please print, fill out, sign and return you application to the Hall County Elections office by mail, fax or email.
Hall County ElectionsATT: Absentee BallotsPO BOX 1435Gainesville, Georgia 30503
By fax: 770-531-3931
By email: AB@hallcounty.org
No, we are currently accepting applications for the November 3, 2020 General Election.
Yes, unless you are elderly and/or disabled. Those voters can submit one application at the beginning of an election cycle and indicate on their application that they are elderly and/or disabled. This will set them up to automatically receive ballots for all elections held during that particular year/cycle. Elderly and/or disabled voters, however, must turn in an application every year at the beginning of an election cycle.
Call the Hall County Elections Department at 770-531-6945 .
Voters will be required to stand six feet apart as a measure of social distancing, machines will be disinfected after each voter, hand sanitizer will be available as voters enter and exit the precincts, and the public will be encouraged to wear face masks.
Votes will not be readable when inserted into the inner envelope and placed in the return envelope (included with the absentee ballot). Voters can seal their return envelopes with tape, or return them in person to the Hall County Elections Office (2875 Browns Bridge Rd, Gainesville) should they wish to add an additional layer of security. There is also a convenient ballot drop box at this location, right across from the front door, with driver’s side access.
The applications are often separated once they reach the post office, meaning there could be delays with those living in the same household.