There’s Still Time: Register to Vote in General Election

Voting

By WVUA 23 Digital Reporter Aundralesha Wordlow and WVUA 23 News Reporter Andrea Matei

TUSCALOOSA — The voter registration deadline for the Nov. 3 General Election is Oct. 19.

Although this has been a weird year, with the global pandemic, it is still an election year.

It is important to get registered to vote so that you can cast your ballot on or before Nov. 3.

The deadline to register is Oct.19 and there are several ways to ensure you are registered to vote.

You can go to your local DMV, DHR, post office, registrar’s office or public library to get an application and assistance with a mail-in application for voting.

In efforts to save yourself a stamp, be sure to visit vote.gov and register online. This process can be done on your computer, tablet or smartphone.

The Alabama Secretary of State has a free app called Vote For Alabama.

Since we are still battling the coronavirus pandemic, a record number of absentee ballots are expected to be cast.

For early voting and absentee ballots be sure to visit alabamavotes.gov and all of the necessary forms will be available to you.

Absentee ballots must be returned by Nov. 2. You are encouraged to make sure you get out and vote.

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