The November 3 general election is here. In Alabama, there has been extremely high interest in absentee voting this year — when absentee voting wrapped up, more than 40,000 people in Madison County had either requested absentee ballots or voted absentee in person at the courthouse.
Polls will be open on Nov. 3 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bring your photo ID and a mask, and it wouldn’t hurt to bring your own black ballpoint pen, to help poll workers save time and cleaning supplies keeping pens clean.
Please visit madisoncountyvotes.com for important details.
View a sample ballot here — and make sure to scroll to page 2 to see several proposed constitutional amendments listed.
Additionally, Alabama’s Fair Ballot Commission has published detailed information on these proposed constitutional amendments.
Amendment 4, if approved, would allow legislators to remove racist language from Alabama’s 1901 Constitution. Read more about Amendment 4 in this article by Mike Ward, the Huntsville/Madison County Chamber’s Senior Vice President of Government and Public Affairs.
— huntsvillealcoc (@huntsvillealcoc) November 2, 2020