Fayette County is split into four equally proportioned County Board of Commissioners and School Board Districts. Each District elects one member to both boards, and a 5th board member is elected from a county-wide “At-Large” District.
Currently, Fayette County stands at about 47% Democrat, 53% Republican (using 2021’s Warnock-Leoffler election data). On both County boards, only 1 out of 5 seats (20%) are Democrat held.
Because of an incredibly sad history of black voter suppression in Fayette County (Exhibit A, Exhibit B, and Exhibit C), conservative white Republicans have controlled local government since they were conservative white Democrats.
In this election and the next, the FCDC knows we have the numbers to flip the Fayette County Boards of Commissioners and Education to 3-2 in favor of the Democrats. We have the amazing Dr. Regina Daigre and Commissioner Charles Rousseau running for this year’s election, and there’s a deep bench of strong candidates waiting in the wings to challenge Republican seats for 2024.
With that in mind, learn how you might help flip Fayette blue! Get to know your District below using the Fayette County Commission District Finder. This interactive map will shows you which Precinct and District you’re in so you know where to vote and who to vote for.
Alternatively, you can find your District and Precinct by signing in to your Georgia My Voter page. Click the button below, fill out your name and date of birth, and you’ll be able to see all your voting precincts.
Early Voting for this year’s Fayette County General Election begins October 17th, 2022. Early voting on your lunch break, on your way to or from work, or any time on Saturdays is the easiest and fastest way to exercise your most sacred right.
Pros: Fast-moving lines or no lines at all during much of the day
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about voting for the upcoming election.
View your 2022 Democratic Party Candidate Candidates! Below you’ll find all 18 of our candidates to be featured on Fayette County ballots for the November 8th General Election (Early Voting begins Oct. 17).