Advocating for what is important to our members and giving you a voice at the state and federal levels is a priority for AARP Alabama. Your voice matters. We work with local organizations and town and city officials on making our communities more livable and greater places to age with dignity and purpose.
Voters must meet certain criteria to vote absentee.
Alabamians will vote Tuesday, Nov. 8, for governor, lieutenant governor, a U.S. senator, all seven U.S. House members, all members of the state legislature, and other statewide and local officials.
When Alabamians vote in the spring primary (planned for May 24), they will face tighter restrictions on voting absentee.
State officials are working to help voters cast their ballots safely this fall, whether from home or at the polls, during the COVID-19 crisis.
The coronavirus pandemic is threatening the health and financial security of all Alabamians but especially those age 50+. With so much going on, it’s hard to believe that it’s also an election year. And this season promises to be unlike any other. AARP Alabama encourages voters to request an absentee ballot for one, or all, 2020 elections, including the upcoming August 25th municipal elections happening in most cities in Alabama.
Q&A format encourages the public to participate
How can you make Montgomery an even better place to live, work, and play? By voting for the next Mayor of Montgomery in the General Election on Tuesday, August 27, 2019. Visit this page for all the information you need before you head to the polls.
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