Secretary of State’s Office to host mobile voter registration in Brantley
With a run-off election on July 14 quickly approaching, and a general election set for November, the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office is pushing for both absentee voter registration and voter registration in general.
Representatives from the Secretary of State’s Office will be at Brantley City Hall from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m. on Tuesday, June 16 to help voters register update registration info and to supply voter I.D. cards for those who need them.
Voter registration forms will be available on-site.
To qualify for a free voter I.D., one must be a registered voter in Alabama at their current address and must not already possess photo identification valid for voting.
Further, a form of photo identification not valid for voting, such as an expired driver’s license or student I.D. card, or a birth certificate, marriage record, Medicare or Medicaid document, military record, official school record or transcript, Social Security administration document, state or federal Census record, hospital or nursing home record or certificate of citizenship must be presented.
For more information, contact the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office at 800-274-8683 or visit www.alabamavotes.org