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2020 Election: Voter services in the Tennessee Valley

Need help or have questions before election day? Here are some places you can get help.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Election Day is November 3, 2020, and whether you're voting absentee or in person, you may have questions about the process.

There are several places where you can get help and answers in the Tennessee Valley. All of these events and service are free and non-partisan.

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- Limestone County: Drive-thru voter registration and more from the Limestone County NAACP. Register to vote, update voter information, and get help with ex-felon registration and absentee voting. Masks are required.

- You can register to vote, pick up an application for an Absentee ballot (including making a copy of your photo ID), get help with your Absentee ballot (witnesses, assistance), and other election information at the Madison County Democratic Party Drive-thru headquarters at 2025 Sparkman Dr., Suite 5, in Huntsville. Hours of Operation: Saturday, 9–3; Sunday, 1–4; Tuesday and Thursday, 10:30–1:30. Services are non-partisan.

- The Huntsville/Madison County Public Library offers certain voter services, including registration forms, absentee ballot applications, and free notary services for your absentee ballot at select locations.

- Every Saturday in October, I Vote Madison is holding drive-up Voter Clinics at the Madison Branch of the Huntsville/Madison County Public library. Available will be registration (paper or digital), absentee ballot application forms. witnesses for absentee ballot affidavit. envelopes and stamps to mail ballots, photo ID copying services, opt-in election reminder texts, and answers to voting questions.

- Weekdays from October 19-29, voter information and assistance will be available at the Madison County Courthouse, East Side Square in downtown Huntsville, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. These drive-thru only events include absentee ballot application assistance, notary service or witness for absentee ballots that need to be completed and returned, and drop-off location for fully completed absentee ballots in lieu of returning them via mail. This is a joint effort of the Probate Judge and Circuit Clerk in an effort to bring certain services offered only at the County Courthouse out into the community in advance of the 2020 General Election. 

For complete Alabama voter information go to alabamavotes.gov.

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