Oglethorpe GOP Events

Voter Registration Options

In person -  Board of Elections and Registration, 41 Fairground Road, Lexington GA 30648 

You must be a citizen of the United States, a legal resident of Georgia and the county in which you wish to vote, and at least 18 years of age by election day. 


Online - www.sos.georgia.gov.

Not only can you register on-line but if you are already registered you can check to make sure your information is correct and up to date. 



2nd Tuesday of the Month  @ 7:30pm. Meetings will be held at the County Library located at:

858 Athens Road, Lexington, until further notice. Doors open at 7:00pm for with the meeting beginning promptly at 7:30pm. Please be sure all cell phones are turned off. 

With the way the Left is villainizing the Republicans, we must keep level heads and respond to those negative comments with facts.

This is an important mid-term election and there's a lot riding on Republicans turning out in large numbers to cast their votes. Just remember, to be able to gain any momentum, we must vote solid red on election day. If you know of anyone that needs a ride to the Board of Elections to register to vote, please offer to take them. Also if there are people that need a ride either during early voting or on November 8, likewise offer them a ride or contact one of the Executive Board members at oglethorpecountygop@gmail.com.

Volunteers are needed to knock on doors and talk to voters/potential voters. A tri-fold pamphlet will be available along with several other pieces of voter information. The pamphlets will enable us to get out and talk to our neighbors and show the difference between what Republicans and Democrats stand for. 

We at the Oglethorpe County Republican Party invite ALL those that support an America First and Georgia First Agenda, that love our country and our flag to attend. We ask you to join us as we move forward thru this year and into next year with the hope and expectations of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness as free Americans.

By voting Republican you are voting for Freedom.

See you soon,

William David Gossage, Oglethorpe Co. GOP Chair




The Board of Elections will accept absentee applications for the May 24, 2022 General Primary beginWening ceive a  ballot by mail. Requests must be on the state approved form, which you can find through the link below or call our office at 706-743-8954 and we will send you the form.  SimWply print form, complete and sign.  You can drop it off at the Elections



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