The old joke says, “Vote early and vote often.” If you live inside the city limits of incorporated Jonesboro, you’ll get to vote twice on Tuesday (in two different elections, that is).
If you live in the City of Jonesboro
Go to City Center (the big new City Hall next to Lee Street park), 1859 City Center Way, to vote for City of Jonesboro mayor and council. You’ll find the municipal polling place in the community room, right next to the clock tower and the wheelchair-accessible ramp.
Then, go to your regular county precinct to vote for sheriff, your Georgia House District 75 rep, and on the school SPLOST (Special Local Option Sales Tax) referendum.
One county precinct has changed: If you usually vote at Central Presbyterian Church (JB05), you’ll need to go to the Historic Courthouse instead to vote for sheriff, House District 75, and on whether to renew the school SPLOST.
If you live anywhere else in Clayton County
Go to your regular county precinct to vote for sheriff, your Georgia House District 75 rep, and on the school SPLOST referendum.
You can look up your polling place on your My Voter Page at https://mvp.sos.ga.gov or on the Clayton County Elections and Registration website at https://www.claytoncountyga.gov/government/elections-and-registration/precincts/. Here’s the current list of each Clayton County precinct. You must go to your local precinct to cast your ballot.
Has your precinct moved?
The Clayton County Elections and Registration Office says several polling places have changed:
- FP1: Gateway Restoration Church, 4981 Phillips Dr.
- JB05: Elections and Registration Office, Historic Jonesboro Courthouse
- JB20: Flint River Community Center, 153 Flint River Road
- JB21: Greater St. Peter AME Church, 9540 Fayetteville Road
- JB22: Elite Scholars Academy, 7923 Fielder Road
- LJ8: The Church at Hampton, 1207 McDonough Road
- OAK6: Mt. Zion AME Church, 6045 Riverdale Road
For questions about voting at county precincts, call the Clayton County Elections and Registration Office at (770) 477-3372 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
For questions about voting in the City of Jonesboro municipal election, call City Manager Ricky Clark at (770) 478-3800 or e-mail email@example.com.