Jones Final Report For Bulloch County Election Qualifying
Qualification final report for Bulloch County Elections 2020.
|COUNTY COMMISSIONER, CHAIRMAN|
|COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 1, SEAT A|
|COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 2, SEAT A|
|CLERK OF SUPERIOR COURT|
|BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 1|
|BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 3|
|BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 7|
BOARD OF EDUCATION, DISTRICT 8
|MAGISTRATE COURT CHIEF JUDGE|
|COUNTY COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 2, SEAT C|
|JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT, OGEECHEE,PEED|
|JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT, OGEECHEE,MULDREW|
|JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT, OGEECHEE,BENNETT|
|DISTRICT ATTORNEY, OGEECHEE|
|STATE SENATOR, DISTRICT 4|
|STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 158|
|STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 159|
|STATE REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 160|
|UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 12|
Advance Voting for Presidential Primary has begun
Advance – early voting began today at the Board of Elections for the March 24 presidential primary and will continue through March 20th. There will be one Saturday voting opportunity on March 14th.
- To vote in the Presidential Primary, you must decide which ballot style to vote – Democratic or Republican in the March Presidential Primary. Your choice of Party in this election has no effect on future elections.
- A voter must decide which ballot style to vote – Democratic, Republican, or Nonpartisan in the May General Primary.
- NOTE: How you vote in May will determine how you vote in the July Primary Runoff Election. If you vote Republican in May, you will have to vote Republican in July
- If you vote Democratic in May, you will have to vote Democratic in July
- If you vote Nonpartisan in May, you can choose to vote Democratic or
Republican in July
- If you did not vote in May, you can vote in July. You will have to decide which primary to vote in – Democratic or Republican