The City Election will be held on November 7, 2023. Please contact City Clerk for more information regarding the election and qualifying credentials.
NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL GENERAL ELECTION TO THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE CITY OF CHATSWORTH, GEORGIA TO BE HELD NOVEMBER 7, 2023
Advance voting will be held for three weeks beginning Monday, October 16, thru Friday, November 3, 2023, during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Also included will be two Saturdays, October 21, and October 28, 2023, during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Chatsworth City Hall, 400 North Third Ave, Chatsworth, Georgia.GENERAL ELECTION DATES 2023
I have decided to qualify for the Mayor position or Alderman. What Now? Also, go to the Secretary of State's Office for more information and lastly, go to City Hall to fill out your paperwork and pay your fees.
Forms for Candidacy (ALL ARE TO BE NOTARIZED/Notaries are available at City Hall) are Below:
Candidate Qualifying Forms for the 2023 Election CycleThese forms must be filled out by Candidates for Candidacy
Handbook for Georgia Mayors and Councilmembers
Efiling Registration/Campaign Finance Basics/Contact Information GGT & CFC Contact Information has an incorrect email. The correct email is: email@example.com
Personal Financial Disclosure Form All Candidates must fill this form out with Candidacy
- Persons who are not citizens of this state and persons under the age of 21 years, provided, however, that upon passage of appropriate ordinances, citizens of this state who are otherwise qualified and who are 18 years old shall be eligible to hold any county or municipal office, other than a judicial office.
- Persons who are the holders of public funds who have refused or failed to account for and pay over such funds to the proper officer.
- Persons holding any office of profit or trust under the government of the United States other than that of postmaster and officers and enlisted persons of the armed forces. Membership on any federal commission, panel, or other fact-finding or policy-making agency, where the appointment is temporary and the duties do not interfere materially with the person’s duties as a public officer, shall not bar any person from holding office in this state or acceding to a state office.
- Persons of unsound mind and persons who, from advanced age or bodily infirmity, are unfit to discharge the duties of the office to which they are chosen or appointed. e. Persons who are not registered and qualified voters entitled to vote.
- Persons who have been convicted of a felony involving moral turpitude, unless that person’s civil rights have been restored and at least 10 years have elapsed from the date of the completion of the sentence without a subsequent conviction of another felony involving moral turpitude.
- Persons who have been convicted and sentenced in any court of competent jurisdiction for fraudulent violation of primary or election laws or malfeasance in office unless such person’s civil rights have been restored.
- Persons who are constitutionally disqualified for any cause.