If you haven’t voted in recent General Elections in Chattooga County, you might be getting a notice in the mail from the Chattooga County Registrar Office.
The Registrar Office told WZQZ News on Thursday that notices have been mailed to voters with all the instructions they need to maintain their voter registration in Georgia. The Registrar Office says voters who have been inactive through two General Election cycles are having their voter registration cancelled – per state law.
You can always check your voter registration at the the Secretary of State’s My Voter Page (https://www.mvp.sos.ga.gov/MVP/mvp.do) by signing in with their first initial, last name, date of birth, and county. If it does not return any results, they can contact their local registrars office. (Obviously for Chattooga County that would be us, but if you’re talking about a voter in another county, it would be a different office.)
The Chattooga County Registrar Office offered more information: