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Georgia State Code
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Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 261.1 (21-2-261.1)

(a) All voting precincts established or altered under the provisions of this article shall consist of areas which are bounded on all sides only by:

(1) Visible features which are readily distinguishable upon the ground (such as streets, railroad tracks, streams, lakes, and ridges) and which are indicated upon official Department of Transportation maps, current census maps, city or county planning maps, official municipal maps, official county maps, or any combination of such maps;

(1.1) The boundaries of public parks;

(1.2) The boundaries of public school grounds;

(1.3) The boundaries of churches; or

(2) The boundaries of counties and incorporated municipalities.

(b) The superintendent of a county or the governing authority of a municipality shall notify the board of registrars within ten days after such changes are adopted.

(c) The superintendent of a county or the governing authority of a municipality shall file with the Secretary of State and the Legislative and Congressional Reapportionment Office:

(1) A map reflecting any changes in precincts within 20 days after the changes are made;

(2) A copy of any communications to or from the United States Department of Justice relating to any precincts within 20 days after such communication is sent or received;

(3) A copy of any pleading initiating a court action potentially affecting any precincts within 30 days after it is filed;

(4) A copy of any court order affecting any precincts within 20 days after it is entered; and

(5) Any other documentation necessary to allow the Secretary of State to maintain a current listing of all precincts in the state.

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