Registration & Elections

Mid-Year Performance Report

Richard L. Barron, Director
The Registration and Elections Department is responsible for conducting elections in Fulton County and registering voters who reside within Fulton County. The Fulton County Board of Registration and Elections has jurisdiction over the Department of Registration and Elections. The department is headed by Director, Richard Barron who is the chief administrative officer to the Board of Registration and Elections.

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective:  The County complies with relevant laws and standards
Goal: Percentage of voter registration applications processed within 30 days business excluding blackout period
Target: 50% 
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: The County complies with relevant laws and standards
Goal: Percentage of precinct that check in for vote tally within 2 hours of polls closing
Target: 85% 
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective:  The level of trust and satisfaction in the County government is increasing.
Goal: Percentage of customers who rated their satisfaction with services as very or extremely satisfied.
Target: 75% 
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective:  
Goal: Percentage of equipment support calls resolved on election day
Target: 90% 
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: 
Goal: Percentage of Poll Worker related calls resolved on election day
Target: 90% 
Comments:

Measure
Priority Area: All People Trust Government is Effective, Efficient and Fiscally Sound
Objective: 
Goal: Percentage of customer calls successfully handled on election day
Target: 75%
Comments:

Total Obligations* vs Budget,  by Operations and Personnel
Department
Total Obligations* vs Budget by
Programs
* Total obligations are the sum of expenditures and encumbrances.