If you don’t know your precinct name or number visit the Georgia Secretary of State My Voter Page
A County precinct is the smallest and most important political unit in the party. The precinct is where elections are won or lost. It is your neighborhood. You know the people and you know the issues that are most important to them. The County precinct is the foundation of the Republican party.
Any registered voter in sympathy with the aim and purpose of the Republican party can be involved in their local precinct. Organized precincts have a precinct chairman, secretary and treasurer and work to actively promote the Republican party in their neighborhoods. Precincts can organize community events, help make phone calls, go door-to-door, hold fund-raisers and work to get-out-the-vote. An organized precinct can have one member or hundreds of members. Each organized precinct has representatives that serve on the Henry County GOP County Committee and vote for the precinct on County business.
If your precinct is unorganized, it means we need your help! Unorganized precincts do not have any members. You can be the first member of an unorganized precinct and help to build the Republican Party in your neighborhood. If your precinct is listed as unorganized, contact your District Chair to get involved.