|NOTICE OF SCANNING, COMPUTATION, CANVASSING AND CERTIFICATION OF ELECTION RETURNS
EARLY SCANNING: The Berrien County Board of Elections will begin scanning Absentee by mail ballots at 9:00 on Monday May 16, 2022, and continuing daily on the following schedule prior to Election Day (until all ballots have been scanned each day):
Monday - Friday May 16 - 20, 2022 9:00 – 4:00
Tuesday May 24, 2022 5 :00 until
After Election Day any remaining absentee ballots and any provisional ballots cast in the May 24, 2022 General Primary and Special Elections will be scanned beginning on Wednesday May 25, 2022 at 1:00, and continuing daily from 9:00 until 4:00p.m. until all ballots are scanned and tabulated.
EARLY COMPUTATION: On Election Day, May 24, 2022, the Berrien County Elections office will begin tabulating absentee ballots at 6:00, at 201 N. Davis St. Nashville Ga. Results will not be available until after 7:00pm on Election Day.
CERTIFICATION: Notice is hereby given that computation, canvassing and certification of the returns of votes cast in the
May 24, 2022 General Primary and Special Elections will take place in the Berrien County Elections office, on Friday,
May 27, 2022, beginning at 1 P.M.
All events are open to viewing by the public and will be conducted at the Elections office, 201 N Davis St. Nashville Ga 31639.
Melanie M. Ray
Berrien County Elections Supervisor
|Berrien County Board of Elections|
1st floor of Administration Building
|Melanie Ray – Supervisor of Elections|
|201 N. Davis St.|
Nashville, Ga. 31639
|Georgia Voter Identification Requirements
Georgia law (O.C.G.A § 21-2-417) requires Georgia residents to show photo identification when voting in person. This law will be implemented for the September 18, 2007 Special Election and all future elections. Contact your county registrar’s office to find out if there is an election on September 18 in your county. If you have questions or need more information or have difficulty getting a FREE Voter Identification Card, you can contact your county registrar’s office or the Secretary of State, Elections Division.
You are not required to include any identification when you vote absentee by mail.
What IDs are Acceptable?
If you do not have one of these forms of photo identification, a Georgia Voter Identification Card is available FREE of charge at your county registrar’s office or any Department of Driver Services Office.
For further details about obtaining a Voter Identification Card, please contact your county registrar’s office.
|Before being issued a voter identification card, the voter must provide:|
|Municipal Elections will be November 5, 2019 and Qualifying dates are August 19- 23.|
|The Secretary of State’s Office has established a secure website and free-access telephone number for provisional ballot voters to access to determine whether their provisional ballots were counted and if not, the reason why.|
The website links are in the column to the right.
The free access number is 1-844-537-5375.
Elections Director, Georgia Secretary of State
|Secretary of State's web site
Click Here to Check Your Provisional Ballot for November 2018
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