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Candidate Information | Print |

Fulton County Registration and Elections is committed to providing  candidate qualifying  information, campaign contribution disclosure forms  to assist hopeful candidates.  In addition, voters can obtain  sample ballots to assist  in candidate selection in preparation  for Election Day. Click Qualifications  for a complete list of Candidate qualification and Disqualification criteria.

Conduct At Polling Place

Code 21-2-413

Restrictions on Campaign Activities

Code 21-2-414

All Personal Financial Disclosure Statements & Campaign Contribution Disclosure Reports are now filed through Fulton County Elections office.

Notice of Candidacy and Affidavit

Election Calendar

Georgia Voter Information Guide

Voter Registration Information


Other Candidate Information Links:

Qualifying Information  



Voter Identification | Print |

Georgia Voters are required to show one of six forms of valid photo identification when voting in person, during the absentee or advanced voting period or at the polls on Election Day. The valid forms of identification are as follows:

  • A Georgia driver’s license, even if expired.
  • Any valid state or federal government issued photo ID, including a free Voter ID Card issued by your county registrar or Georgia Department of Driver Services (DDS).
  • Valid U.S. passport.
  • Valid employee photo ID from any branch, department, agency, or entity of the U.S. Government, Georgia, or any county, municipality, board, authority, or other entity of this state.
  • Valid U.S. military photo ID.
  • Valid tribal photo ID.

If a voter does not have one of these forms of photo identification, they can obtain a FREE Voter ID card at their County Registrars’ office or the Georgia Department of Driver’s Services.

Orlando Employee Discounts | Print |

Employees can visit www.orlandoemployeediscounts.com and then use the log in code "fulton" and access the discounts. You can book a trip on line or call a toll free number.

Orlando Employee Discounts is proud to be able to offer Fulton County:
  • Up to 35% off Orlando Vacations
  • Discounted Disney World Tickets, Universal Studio Tickets, Sea World Tickets, Discovery Bay, Aquatica and all other Orlando area attractions
  • Attraction tickets discount specials exclusively for Fulton County Employees
  • Up to 60% off rack rate at select Orlando hotels close to or on theme park property. Rates starting as low as $48.00 per night
  • Vacation Homes fully stocked and professionally decorated & most with pools, rates starting as low as $99.00 per night
  • $50 OFF Vacation Home stays of 5 nights or more
  • Free 75 Page Walt Disney World Guide ($35.00 value) to help plan your vacation
  • Monthly giveaways
  • No Timeshares
2015 Management Responses | Print |


Internal Audit Reports
Department of Health and Wellness Assessment of the HIV Prevention Program - Responses
Department of Health and Wellness Audit Report
Department of Health and Wellness Audit Report - Final Response
DoIT Audit Phase II Response
FRESH and Human Services Grants - Audit Response
Purchasing Card Audit Report - Response
Travel and Training Expense Audit Report - Department of Purchasing's Response
Travel and Training Expense Audit Report - Department of Finance's Response

Title VI Compliance Reports

Ryan White Site Review Responses

2014 Reports | Print |

2014 Internal Audit Reports

Cooperative Extension Audit
Department of Information Technology Audit
East Point Camp Creek TAD 1-7-14
GMH 2013 MOU Compliance Report
HOME Program Grant Infrastructure Audit
Juvenile Court Gift Card Audit 4th Quarter 2013
Office of Emergency and Transitional Housing_Grant Infrastructure Review
Office of Emergency and Transitional Housing Review_Jefferson/Springdale Place
WIA Grant Audit Report

Voter Registration | Print |


Visit Registration & Elections department to learn more about registering to vote. You may register to vote at one of the following mandated voter registration sites:

1. Fulton County Registration and Elections Department (3 locations)

  • Fulton County Government Center, 141 Pryor Street, SW, Suite 4085, Atlanta, Georgia 30303
  • South Service Center, 5600 Stonewall Tell Road, College Park, Georgia
  • North Service Center, 7741 Roswell Road, Sandy Springs, Georgia

2. Georgia Department of Motor Vehicle drivers license offices

3. All public libraries

4. Department of Human Resources' public assistance office (WIC, DFACS)

5. U.S. military recruitment offices

6. All county courthouses and city halls

7. Colleges and high schools for students and personnel

In addition to the above sites, the State of Georgia Application for Voter Registration is available in PDF format. This allows users to download the form and then either mail it or personally deliver it to the Fulton County Registration and Elections Office. You must include copies of identification with the application if you register by mail.

Title VI Overview | Print |

The purpose of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is to prohibit programs that receive federal funds from discriminating against participants on the basis of race, color or national origin.

Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as codified in 42 U.S.C. 2000d, states: No person in the United States shall, on the ground of race, color, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.

The intent of the law is to ensure that all persons, regardless of their race, color or national origin, are allowed to participate in these federally funded programs. To ensure that the department meets its compliance responsibility, procedures have been established to provide for monitoring of Title VI compliance, activities and complaint processing in programs, directly or indirectly responsible to the department (i.e., the department’s own programs, contracted services, and departmentally-funded community service organizations, all of which receive federal/state funding in whole or in part).

At the July 20, 2011 Board of Commission meeting the Title VI Non-Discrimination Policy (600-71) was approve.   The purpose of this policy is to articulate Fulton County’s commitment to fully comply with all Non-Discrimination provisions pursuant to Title VI of the Civil rights Act of 1964.

Limited English Proficiency (LEP)
Fulton County’s policies, practices or procedures exclude, limit, or have the effect of excluding or limiting, the participation of any LEP person in a federally assisted program on the basis of national origin may be engaged in discrimination in violation of Title VI. In order to ensure compliance with Title VI, we take steps to ensure that LEP persons who are eligible for our programs or services have meaningful access to our rendered programs and service benefits that we provide. The most important step in meeting this obligation is for recipients of Federal financial assistance such as grants, contracts, and subcontracts to provide the language assistance necessary to ensure such access, at no cost to the LEP person.

The type of language assistance that Fulton County and any covered entity provides to ensure meaningful access will depend on a variety of factors, including the size of the county/covered entity, the size of the eligible LEP population it serves, the nature of the program or service, the objectives of the program, the total resources available to the county/covered entity, the frequency with which particular languages are encountered, and the frequency with which LEP persons come into contact with the program.

Fulton County also takes reasonable steps to ensure that a Limited English Proficiency (LEP) person is given adequate information, is able to understand the services and benefits available, and is able to receive those for which he or she is eligible. The covered entity must also ensure that the LEP person can effectively communicate the relevant circumstances of his or her situation to the service provider.

What Constitutes Discrimination?
Be aware that discrimination takes many forms:
•  Differences in services from the general or traditional population.
•  Differences in program benefits from the general or traditional population.
•  Differences in treatment in obtaining services than the general or traditional population.
•  Intentional lack of information/communication
•  Barriers or delays in participation which differ from the general or traditional population.
•  Lack of accommodations.

What Is Covered by Title VI?
Veterans Administration educational benefits, employee or student recruitment, social services, the distribution of benefits and services, construction, transportation, Contracting, Community Development Block Grants, Parks and Recreation, tax benefits enjoyed by private agencies, fraternal and non-profit organizations (501.c3), education institutions, hiring, housing, the location of facilities, welfare services, program effects on people in applicable communities, and law enforcement and environmental issues.

What Is Federal Financial Assistance?
Federal financial assistance means more than just money. It is also aid that enhances the ability to improve or expand allocation of a recipient’s own resources. Some examples include:
•  Student Aid (releases recipient’s funds for other uses)
•  Training of employees (permits better use of the employee)
•  Grants, loans and tax-exempt bonds
•  Bonds
•  Property
•  Loan of Personnel
•  Tax incentives and tax exempt status
•  Technical assistance, etc.
If an agency receives any federal financial assistance for any program or activity, the entire agency is required to comply with Title VI, not just that particular program.

How Does Title VI Apply To Public Policy?
Title VI is the mechanism that ensures that federal financial assistance, which drives or promotes economic development, infrastructure improvements, service delivery, and minority participation in decision-making is done without discrimination. The intent is to ensure that all persons have fair participation and representation in the planning and execution of public policy.

Title VI flyer

Title VI flyer (Spanish)

Title VI brochure

Title VI brochure (Spanish)

Title VI Non-Discrimination Policy

Title VI Notice to the Public

Signed Title VI Policy

For additional information please contact the Title VI Coordinator at (404) 612-2006.

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