The mission of the Murray County election office is to:
- Serve the public of Murray County in the processes of registering citizens to vote and conducting elections in accordance with federal and state laws
- Serve the public and all political candidates with the information necessary for a smooth electoral process
- Maintain accurate records that are required by both federal and state statutes
This office bears all responsibility for the registration of voters and the conduct of elections as set forth in chapter 21 of the Official Code of Georgia Annotated. All activities are conducted in accordance with the rules of the Georgia State Election Board.
This office conducts voter registration for Eton and Chatsworth. Elections in each city are conducted by that city.
Provisional Ballot Status
If you would like to check your Provision Ballot's Status you may do so at the Secretary of State's Website
If you have any questions contact Murray County's Elections Department at 706-517-1400 option 7
Contact the State Provisional Ballot Hotline at 1-844-537-5375
Notice to Spring Place voters - your precinct has not moved, it is in the same building where it has been for several years. The building that was once the Spring Place United Methodist Church is now owned by the Salvation Army, as the sign indicates. You will enter the building by the front doors and will be voting in what was once the sanctuary.
Advanced voting in Murray County will begin on May 2, 2022 and continue Monday through Friday until May 20. Saturday voting is offered on May 7 and May 14. Advanced voting is held at the Murray County Recreation Department, 651 Hyden Tyler Road, Chatsworth, GA. This facility is located at the site of the Veterans Memorial Park. Advanced voting hours are 9 am until 5pm.
The drop box for ballots in Murray is located in the office of the Board of Elections and Registration in the courthouse annex.
To see a sample ballot, go to the My Voter Page on the Secretary of State's website and put in your information. It will show you the ballot you will use when you vote. You can print it out if you wish.
Due to legislation passed this year by the Georgia General Assembly, Friday the 13th of May is the last day we can accept an application for an absentee ballot.
Absentee by mail
May 24, 2022
|Date||Ballots Issued||Ballots Returned||Ballots Rejected||Advanced Voters|
May 24, 2022
|Date||Provisional Voters||Ballots Verified or Cured||Ballots Rejected|