•February 7, 2018•
Voter accessibility for the March 20, 2018 General Primary Election is provided through the County Clerk’s office.
Citizens who are not registered to vote and cannot leave their home or nursing home facility because of a permanent physical disability may arrange for voter registration and voting by contacting the Moultrie County Clerk’s office.
The last day to register to vote before the March 20 General Primary Election is Tuesday, February 20 with the exception of grace period registrations and transfers between February 21 through election day.
Anyone may register at the county clerk’s office, Moultrie County Courthouse, 10 S. Main, Sullivan from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. However, if a person is unable to come to the courthouse, they may call the county clerk’s office, and arrangements for registration will be made.
All polling locations in Moultrie County are accessible to the elderly and persons with disabilities. Voting aids and assistance are available, if needed, in marking the ballot. If for some reason a person is unable to go to the polls on election day, they may call the clerk’s office and arrange for a Vote by Mail ballot. The last day a Vote by Mail ballot may be mailed out is Thursday, March 15. The last day to early vote in person at the county clerk’s office is March 19 with the exception of Grace Period Registration and Voting.
For further information concerning polling locations, Vote by Mail, Early Voting and Grace Period Registration/Voting, contact the Moultrie County Clerk’s office at 728-4389.