Whether you’re a Republican or Democrat, if you know who you’d like to next vote into the White House, you can participate in the upcoming presidential primary as early as Monday, Jan. 28.
The advanced ballot option will run from Monday to Friday, Feb. 1, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Voter Registration Office at 151 S. College Street in Pembroke and the Courthouse Annex at 9930 Ford Avenue in Richmond Hill.
Bryan County Chief Registrar Warren Miller said advanced voting it basically a form of absentee voting. To request an absentee ballot for mail-in, you can stop by the Voter Registration Office or download the application from their website at www.bryancountyga.org/309681.html. Once you’ve filled out the application, you can bring, mail, or fax it to the registrar.
"Next week, you can do it in person or just do the advanced or early voting," Miller said. "If you do get an absentee ballot, we have to receive it by Election Day – but the sooner the better."
Miller said they will accept ballots from active duty military after Election Day – as long as the envelope has been postmarked Feb. 5.
If you’d rather wait until Tuesday, Feb. 5, ballots can be cast from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the regular polling places:
In the north end of the county: Precinct 1 for Pembroke West is at the American Legion, 1040 Hwy. 280; precinct 2 for Pembroke East is City Hall, 160 Main Street; precinct 3 for Ellabell is the Hendrix Park Gym on Wilma Edwards Road; precinct 4 is the Blitchton Fire Station at 474 Hwy. 80.
In the south end of the county: Precinct 5 for the Ways Station is the First Baptist Church at 9150 Ford Avenue; precinct 6 for Daniel Siding will be at the Daniel Siding Loop Road Fire Station; precinct 7 will be at the Richmond Hill Recreation Complex at 508 Timber Trail; precinct 8 for Hwy. 144 East will be that St. Elizabeth’s Episcopal Church; precinct 9 for Hwy. 144 will be at the Corinth Baptist Church; and precinct 10 will be at the Wetlands Center at J.F. Gregory Park.