The Fair Precinct has been moved to Pittman Park Church for the Tuesday, January 5 Georgia U.S. Senate and Public Service Commission runoff election. Polls will open at 7 AM and close at 7 PM statewide.
The Bulloch County Board of Elections and Registration have made the decision to authorize an emergency relocation of the Fair Precinct, located at the Kiwanis Fair Grounds to Pittman Park precinct, located at Pittman Park Church at 1102 Fair Road.
The reason for the relocation is because of the unavailability of a Poll Manager and an Assistant Poll Manager due to COVID-19 concerns. This situation has rendered the Kiwanis Club Community Building, 16942 State Route 67, approximately 0.25 miles south of the Statesboro City Limits, as unavailable to use as a polling place for next Tuesday’s election as planned. The temporary emergency precinct has been relocated to the Pittman Park Methodist Church in the City of Statesboro, 1102 Fair Road, a/k/a State Route 67, approximately 2.4 miles due north of the Kiwanis Community Building.
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32% of Bulloch County Voters Already Voted
According to Georgiavotes.com 15,111 Bulloch county voters have voted so far in the 2020 general election, representing 32.8% of registered voters.
The breakdown is 5,200 mail votes, and 9,911 early, in-person votes.
6,542 people have requested a mail ballot for the 2020 general election. This means there remains 1,042 mail in ballots that have not been returned.
Comparatively 30,154 votes were cast in the November 3rd election. That included 14,348 Advanced in-person ballots, 6,402 mail in ballots and 9,260 election day voters.