How/Where to Vote


Early Voting/Advanced In Person-

The only Precinct open for Early Voting(AIP) is the Putnam County Board of Elections

For the May General Primary and Non Paritisan Election, AIP dates are:

April 29,2024 though May 17, 2024, from 9am-5pm daily, excluding all Sundays.

Click here for directions

Absentee By Mail-

  • You can download an application here and email to
  • You can call the office at (706) 485-8683 and request to have one sent to you.
  • You can fill one out online.

All Absentee By Mail ballots can be returned through USPS or by using the drop box at the Putnam County Board of Elections.  The drop box is located INSIDE the office and is only open during Early Voting days and hours, listed above. The mail box OUTSIDE is NOT a ballot drop box and any ballots placed in there after office hours will be rejected until the voter can be contacted to come place the ballot in the ballot drop box INSIDE the office.

  • All UOCAVA voters(Military Overseas, Military Stateside, Overseas Temporary Citizen, Overseas Permanent Citizen) can register to vote and request a ballot at the same time on the FPCA website. If you are a UOCAVA voter and already registered to vote, you can also follow the Absentee by Mail options above, just be sure to indicate your UOCAVA status on the back of the application and if EBD(Electronic Ballot Delivery) is requested, please be sure that you put the email address that you want the EBD sent to.

UOCAVA ballots must be returned via physical mail. No ballot, even those delivered to UOCAVA voters through EBD(Electronic Ballot Delivery), will be accepted if returned to the registrar by any other method. Unlike normal absentee ballots, UOCAVA ballots postmarked by election day can be received up to 3 days following election day and still be counted.

Election Day Voting-

Election Day Voting for the General Primary and Nonpartisan Election will be May 21, 2024.

All Precincts will be open from 7am-7pm.


Early Voting/Advance in Person Polling Places-

Putnam County Board of Elections- 117 Putnam Drive, Suite D, Eatonton, GA 31024

Election Day Polling Places-

Precinct 101- Putnam County Board of Elections- 117 Putnam Drive, Eatonton, GA 31024

Precinct 104- Waterworks Building- 457 E Sumter Street, Eatonton, GA 31024

Precinct 105- Lake Oconee Lutheran Church- 1089 Greensboro Rd, Eatonton, GA 31024

Precinct 106- Crooked Creek- 160 Crooked Creek Dr, Eatonton, GA 31024

Precinct 107- Lakeside Baptist Church- 1023 Milledgeville Rd, Milledgeville, GA 31061

If you don’t know where to vote, you can call the office at (706) 485-8683 and we can help, or visit your My Voter Page and enter your personal information to see where you are registered to vote at.