2020 Election

How To Register, Dates, and an Overview of the new voting machines

A Look At How Georgia’s New Voting System Works


Georgia’s new voting machines, set to roll out statewide during the March 24 Presidential Preference Primary, largely resemble the state’s previous system, with a few key differences. In 2002, Georgia became the first state to fully digitize its voting system, and for the last 17 years, that system hasn’t changed.

Hart County Elections Coordinator Robin Webb schedules demonstrations to interested groups.


Hart County Republicans invited the Elections Board to demonstrate the new machines and voting process on Feb 13 at 5:30 PM at the Library Lower Level Literacy Center.  

Many interested voters attended and tried out the new machines and the Q&A session was very informative. We want to thank the Elections Board for their commitment to educate the community – especially after normal business hours.

For those interested in voting in Georgia’s primary, the deadline for registration is fast approaching. The final day to register was  Feb. 24.

Advance in-person voting for the 2020 presidential primary begins on Monday, March 2, 2020 in limited locations in each of the counties around the state. Contact the Elections Board for details.

The GOP Primary for offices other than president is May 19. 

More details are here >> 


The Democratic Primary details are here >> 


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