LaFayette, GA – Voters can expect to receive an informational mailing from the Walker County Elections Office, as the county prepares to transition to a Board of Commissioners form of government.
After working for months to update voter data to make sure every voter is placed in the correct district, Elections officials mailed out 39,723 precinct cards to provide voters with that information. Each precinct card also notifies voters about where they vote and which Congressional, Senate, House and Judicial district they are in.
Voters DO NOT have to have these cards to vote, just a photo ID as usual.
The first election where the districts for the Board of Commissioners will be on the ballot will be the General Primary on May 19, 2020.