About Troup County Commission Districts:
Citizen representation for the Troup County Board of Commissioners is accomplished through five elected positions. The chairman position is an “at large” position, meaning that position covers the entire county. The other four elected positions are divided geographically and a Troup County citizen’s district is determined by their residence address as recognized within their voter registration.
- If you are registered to vote in District #2, you can vote for Mike!
- If you live in District #2 and are not registered to vote, go HERE and ask us to help you to register to vote, and then you can vote for Mike!
- If you do not live in District #2, but know someone who does, you can contact them, share with them information about Mike’s campaign, and encourage them to vote for Mike!
District #2 generally includes the portions of the east half of Troup County that are not within the city limits of LaGrange. There are exceptions to this description and to more precisely determine which district you are in, do one of these three things:
- Download the PDF map below and determine your location within the color-coded districts
- Contact Mike’s campaign HERE, provide your residence address, and ask us to help you determine your district
- Visit the Troup County voter registrar’s office in LaGrange and ask them to help you determine your voting district based on the new redistricted boundaries
Important Note: The district lines have recently been changed and voter registration cards have not yet been updated to reflect these changes.
UPDATE: On May 25th, the Troup County government was notified that the U.S. Department of Justice provided final approval of the new district lines.
UPDATE 2: There are inaccurate versions of district maps that have been available on the Troup County website. The Google Earth link above is to an accurate map.
Some of the areas included within District #2 are:
- Gardner Newman
- Grayson’s Landing
- McLendon (east portions)
About Other Districts:
County commission district lines DO NOT coincide with the boundaries of school board districts, and state and federal legislature districts. It is important for each voter to know which district they will be voting in for each elected office. Mike’s campaign will add maps to this page for those other elected offices as they come available.