Get Involved

The White County Republican Party is always actively seeking individuals from the community to get involved in the political process.  On this page you’ll find all the information you need to get and stay involved!

If you need further assistance or you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to call us at (678) 203-4095.  It is those who take an active approach to government that make a difference!


The White County Republican Party is grateful to those who wish to participate in the political process. We are always receptive to new members from our community becoming involved. If you are interested in joining our Party, please complete the application below and mail to PO Box 2502, Cleveland, GA 30528. Please include the appropriate dues with your application.

The American dream is not that every man must be level with
every other man. The American dream is that every man must
be free to become whatever God intends he should become.

Ronald Reagan
Republicans believe that every person should be equal at the beginning of the race.
Democrats and Socialists believe ever person should be equal at the end of the race. 
Anonymous Republican


The White County Republican Party meets the third Monday of each month at 6:30 PM at Nix Student Center at Truett McConnell College. Periodically throughout the year there may be special events that require this schedule to be altered. Please refer to the White County News, WRWH, Facebook and to this website for notice of those changes.


The White County Executive Committee also meets monthly at the Nix Student Center, typically at 5:00 pm on the same evening as the regular meeting. The Executive Committee Meetings are open to the public except when the Chairman calls the Committee into Executive Session.


To register to vote in Georgia, you must be a citizen of the United States; a legal resident of Georgia and of the county in which you wish to vote; and at least 17 ½ years of age.

To register, you must fill out and submit a voter registration application to the Secretary of State or your county board of registrars’ office.

You can download a voter registration application on the Secretary of State’s website.

You can also obtain voter registration forms from your county board of registrars’ office.

Voters can also register through the Department of Driver Services when renewing or applying for driver’s license or ID.

Absentee Ballot

Download an absentee ballot application from the Secretary of State’s website.
Complete the form and submit it to your county board of registrars’ office.

Absentee ballot requests can be made 180 days prior to an election. Applications for Primary Election absentee ballots can be submitted beginning January 21, 2010. Applications for General Election absentee ballots can be submitted beginning May 6, 2010.

Visit SOS My Voter Page

The Secretary of State’s My Voter Page allows you to check your voter registration, absentee ballot status, poll location, early voting location, and elected officials. You can also view a sample ballot.