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Elections & Voting


When is the Election?

The Tyrone Municipal Election will be held Tuesday, November 7, 2023.

Where do I vote?

Go to My Voter Page for your polling location. 

What Elected Official positions will be on the 2023 ballot?

Mayor, and Council Member Posts 1 & 2. 

How long is the term?

The Position of Mayor and all Council Posts are 4-year terms.

What are the qualifications?

A person must be at least 21 years of age, a qualified voter in Tyrone, and has continuously resided and

maintained their residence in Tyrone for at least 12 months immediately preceding the 2023 Election. 

What is the qualifying fee?

The fee for the Mayor Position is $432 and $216 for Council Posts.

The fees are 3% of the annual salaries for these positions and are the minimum amount required by State law. 

Qualifying Period

Candidates shall qualify with the Town Clerk in Town Hall, located at 950 Senoia Road. 

Qualifying days are August 23, 2023 - August 25, 2023, and hours are 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. 

Can I collect contributions now?

Before accepting any campaign contributions

a Declaration of Intent to Accept Campaign Contributions (DOI) form must be submitted to the Town Clerk.

Form DOI

Please find the 2023 Qualifying packet attached. 


For more information please visit: the Georgia Government Transparency & Campaign Finance Commission and

the Georgia Secretary of State 

Local Elections are managed by the Fayette County Elections Board

Below are some helpful resources for Tyrone voters:

Voting Locations:

Precinct 9, Rareover (Early Voting and Election Day):
Tyrone Recreation Offices (Formerly the Tyrone Police Department)
945 Senoia Road
Tyrone, GA 30290

Precinct 10, Sandy Creek:
Hopewell United Methodist Church
351 Jenkins Road

Please contact our Town Clerk, Dee Baker, at 770-881-8335 or for more information about voting in Tyrone.