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View your 2020 Election Alabama sample ballots

Alabama sample ballots for the 2020 General Election are available for all Alabama counties.

MONTGOMERY, Ala. — The deadline to register to vote in Alabama is October 19.

Make sure you're registered to vote by clicking here.

Get ready for Election 2020 by checking out your sample ballot for the November 3 General Election.                                                                                                            

Election 2020 November General Election Sample Ballots

Click on your county below to see your sample ballot for the election on November 3.

Autauga  Baldwin  Barbour  Bibb  Blount  Bullock  Butler  Calhoun  Chambers

Cherokee  Chilton  Choctaw  Clarke  Clay  Cleburne  Coffee  Colbert

Conecuh  Coosa  Covington  Crenshaw  Cullman  Dale  Dallas  DeKalb

Elmore  Escambia  Etowah  Fayette  Franklin  Geneva  Greene  Hale  Henry

Houston  Jackson  Jefferson  Lamar  Lauderdale  Lawrence  Lee  Limestone

Lowndes  Macon  Madison  Marengo  Marion  Marshall  Mobile  Monroe

Montgomery  Morgan  Perry  Pickens  Pike  Randolph  Russell  St. Clair

Shelby  Sumter  Talladega  Tallapoosa  Tuscaloosa  Walker  Washington

Wilcox  Winston

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Text VOTE to (256) 382-2692 to get the latest 2020 election information

Prepare for Election 2020:

Make sure you are currently registered to vote.

Make sure you know where your polling place is if you want to vote in person. This may have changed from past elections due to COVID-19 concerns.

Make sure you have valid ID to vote in Alabama. You may be eligible for a free voter ID card.

This fall's ballots have Statewide Constitutional Amendments on them. Make sure you know what you're voting for.

The General Election is just around the corner. If you’re planning on absentee voting, the last day to submit an application is on Oct. 29. You must either hand deliver your absentee ballot or have it postmarked by Nov. 2.

Click here to track your absentee ballot status.

If you plan of voting in person, make sure you know what your designated polling place. You can find yours on the Secretary of State’s website. Polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Make sure you bring a valid photo ID with you when you go to vote.

For more information, check out the WZDX Voter Guide or visit the Alabama Secretary of State’s website.

If you have any questions regarding the upcoming General Election, please send us a text at 256-382-2692.

Keep track of important races like between Sen. Doug Jones and Tommy Tuberville or between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden at www.rocketcitynow.com/elections.

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