Precinct Cards To Be Mailed To All County Voters Following Recent District, Precinct And Polling Place Changes
Voters encouraged to review their polling place ahead of May 24 election
Forsyth County Voter Registrations & Elections will be mailing precinct cards to all of the county’s approximately 172,000 registered voters following recent changes to district lines, precincts and polling places.
“We are sending precinct cards out to every registered county voter (registered as of March 25, 2022) because all Forsyth County voters are impacted by changes to district lines and many voters are impacted by recently-approved precinct and polling place changes,” said Director of Voter Registrations & Elections Mandi Smith. “The precinct card serves as a voter’s official notification about all of the changes that affect them.”
Details regarding the recent district, precinct and polling place changes can be found by clicking here. The changes to where a voter will cast their ballot will be in effect for the May 24 General Primary and Nonpartisan General Election.
The card, which looks like a postcard, contains information about a voter’s assigned Election Day polling place once opened. Voters are encouraged to open their precinct card upon receipt, review their information and familiarize themselves with precinct, polling place and district changes
The Change of Address portion of the card only needs to be returned if the voter’s registration information needs to be updated. Voters do not need to present their precinct card to vote; it is for the voter’s reference only.
Precinct cards are also mailed out routinely to residents who register to vote and voters who update their voter information. A sample precinct card can be viewed at http://www.forsythco.com/vote.