All voting in Georgetown takes place at the Penn Brook Elementary School on Elm St.
Qualifications For Voting
A voter must meet the following qualifications to vote in Georgetown:
- Must be at least 18 years of age
- Must have established and must maintain a voting residence in Georgetown
- Must be registered to vote in Georgetown
- Must be enrolled in a Party or to vote at a caucusor convention, May be unenrolled to vote in a primary election
- Must be a US citizen
Registering To Vote:
Any citizen wishing to register to vote may do so at the Town Hall during open office hours of the Town Clerk. Online registration is also available. Registration is also accepted at the polls on Election Day, but it will not qualify you to vote in that election. Forms can also be downloaded from the Secretary of State's website or picked up at Town Hall. These forms can be mailed in.
No witnesses are needed unless the voter is assisted. If assisted, the aide and 1 other person must sign on as a witness. The voter must then return the ballot by mail or in person to the Town Clerk.
In order to receive an Absentee Ballot, the voter must request it from the Town Clerk’s Office by either completing an application or through a written request (received by mail or in person). This must be done on a yearly basis.
The voter must be absent from the Town on the day of the election in order to receive an Absentee Ballot.
The Town Clerk will then mail the Absentee Ballot to the voter at the address listed on the request or a voter may vote in person at the Town Clerk’s Office until noon on the last business day before the election, after completing a written request.
All Precincts vote at the PennBrook School on Elm Street in the gymnasium. Polling hours for local elections are 8 AM to 8 PM. Polling hours for State and Federal Elections are 7 AM to 8 PM.
PLEASE DO NOT PARK IN THE HANDICAPPED SPACES IN FRONT OF THE SCHOOL OR IN THE FIRE LANE. YOU WILL BE TOWED AT YOUR EXPENSE.