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AL Voter Registration

Register to Vote in Alabama

Alabama voter registration closes 14 days before each election.

In Alabama, you can register to vote by mail and in person at your county Board of Registrars, driver licensing offices, or other government agencies. You cannot submit your voter registration online or by phone.

NOTE: If you will be out of state on the date of an election, make sure you register as an absentee voter.

In Person or By Mail

To register to vote in person, you will need a completed State of Alabama Mail-In Voter Registration Form (Form NVRA-2). You can have the form mailed to you by filling out the online form request or by calling (800) 274-8683.

Return your form:

  • In person or by mail to your local AL county Board of Registrars.
  • In person to an AL DMV driver licensing office when you apply for or renew your driver's license or ID card.
  • In person at any other government agency, such as:
  • Medicaid agencies.
  • Department of Human Resources.
  • County public library.
  • : Once your application is processed, you will be sent a voter identification card by mail.

    Military and Overseas Alabama Voters

    If you're an active duty military member stationed out of state, or you are a U.S. citizen residing overseas, you can register as an absentee voter by mail.

    You will be automatically registered as an absentee voter for the period you are out of state.

    NOTE: You can also use register to vote using this method if you are the spouse or dependent of an active duty military member.

    Change Your Voter Name or Address

    To update your name and/or address on your voter registration record, you must re-submit the State of Alabama Voter Registration Form (Form NVRA-2) to your county Board of Registrars.

    See “ Register to Vote in Alabama" above.

    : If you have changed address, you must return your form to the Board of Registrars in the same county as your NEW residence.

    In-hand delivery of post card applications for registration and absentee voting under the Federal voting assistance act : hearing before the Subcommittee on Elections ... Eighty-sixth Congress, second session, on H.R. 8432, a bill to amend the Federal Voting Assistance Act of 1955, to provide in-hand delivery of certain absentee voting material to members of the armed forces and others. August 25, 1960
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