How do I register to vote? Register to vote in person, by mail or online. Print and fill out a form from and mail it to your county board of registrars; find yours . The secretary of state also provides an for voter registration.
Am I already registered? Find out if you're already registered .
What is required to register and what's the deadline? 食色最新版本You must be a U.S. citizen, live in Alabama, be at least 18 years old, not have been convicted of a or have been declared "mentally incompetent" by a court. The deadline to register in person, by mail or online is October 19. Find an online application or mail-in voting registration form .
How can I vote? 食色最新版本You may vote in-person on November 3, or by absentee/mail ballot. On July 20, Alabama announced that all voters may request an absentee ballot due to COVID-19 concerns.
How do I get a mail-in ballot?食色最新版本 Print and mail an application from your county's absentee election manager. Find the correct form and address of your closest absentee election manager . Then, turn in your completed application, either in person or by mail, to the office of your local absentee election manager by October 29.
What's the earliest I can vote and what's the deadline? 食色最新版本Alabama does not offer an in-person early voting period. The state will begin to send out mail ballots on September 19. Your mail ballot must be postmarked no later than November 2 and received by your absentee election manager no later than noon on Election Day, November 3.
Can I vote in person? Yes. You can vote on November 3 in person from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Use to find your nearest polling place.
How do I make my vote count? 食色最新版本You must have a in order to vote in person. If voting absentee, you must place a copy of this ID in your absentee ballot materials. A list of approved forms of photo ID is and an in-depth guide is . If you do not have a photo ID when at the polls, two election officials can identify you as an eligible voter and sign a sworn affidavit.
食色最新版本If you lack any of the approved forms of voter ID, you can also and obtain a free Alabama photo voter ID card. Details on requesting one are .
食色最新版本To vote by mail, you must have your ballot notarized or signed by two witnesses who are 18 years old or older. Details on the mail ballot procedure are .
Will I know if it's rejected and can I correct it? No. Alabama will not notify you if your ballot is rejected, and you will not have an opportunity to correct it.
Who counts my vote and when do they start? Your local absentee election manager will be in charge of processing and counting your vote. Absentee ballots will begin to be processed at noon on November 3. The actual counting of ballots will happen after polls close at 7 p.m. on Election Day.
How do I sign up to be a poll worker? 食色最新版本In order to be a poll worker in Alabama, you must be a registered voter at the precinct you want to work at. You must also attend a mandatory poll worker training and cannot be a member of a candidate's immediate family or political committee. You can find the application form and more details .