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Step-by-Step Instructional Video
The purpose of this video to help eligible voters and Orale 10 volunteers become familiar with and complete a Georgia voter registration form. Remember, you must be a US citizen and over 18 years of age to register to vote. For any further questions, comments or concerns, please call the GA Latino Vote hotline at 1-888-54GALEO or contact us here.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What is 'moral turpitude'?
- What is the difference between my mailing address and my resident address?
- What happens if I don't have any form of identification with me when filling out the form?
- What is a poll officer, and what do they do?
What is 'moral turpitude'?
Moral turpitude is a legal term refering to "conduct that is considered contrary to community standards of justice, honesty or good morals." In other words, it is an act considered appalling or coarse by the court that tried the crime(s). In some jurisdictions, moral turpitude conduct can still have negative legal implications even without conviction.
What is the difference between my mailing address and my resident address?
What happens if I don't have any form of identification with me when filling out the form?
What is a poll officer, and what do they do?
A poll officer is a volunteer whose duties include signing in registered voters, explaining voting procedure and use of voting equipment, providing ballots, and monitoring the conduct of the election.