Voter Registration Information
- 18 Years of Age
- U. S. Citizen
- Resident of Madison County
- Never convicted of a felony
(unless rights have been restored)
- Not declared mentally incompetent in a court of law
Registering and Voting in Alabama|
- Registration is not by political party.
- Only in Primary Elections must you declare your party at the polls.
- In the November General Election you may vote for any candidate on the ballot - you can either vote a straight party ticket or a split ticket.
- You must register to vote and make name or address changes in writing 10 days before an election.
- When you move from another county or state, you must re-register.
- You must vote at the polling place assigned to you in your precinct.
- All polling places in Madison County are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Election Day.
You may register at:|
The Board of Registrars, Fifth Floor, Madison County Courthouse, Huntsville
All City Halls
Armed Forces Recruiting Stations
You may also register when applying for: State of Alabama Driver's License or Aid to Dependent Children, Food Stamps, WIC, Medicaid, or Rehabilitation Services.
A postcard registration form may be obtained by calling the Madison County Board of Registrars at 256-532-3510, the State Office of Voter Registration 334-242-4337 or the Office of Secretary of State,
1-800-274-VOTE (8683) or you may fill out, print and sign (must be original signature) a Voter Registration Form for use if you have never before registered to vote or if you are presently registered in another Alabama county or another state.
Alabama law requires that all Voter Registration Forms have original signatures. The completed form may not be faxed.
Applications must be filled out completely and returned to the Madison County Board of Registrars, Madison County Courthouse, Room 517, 100 Northside Square, Huntsville, Alabama 35801-4820.
You will receive a Voter Registration ID Card listing your voting precinct and the location of you polling place.