Autauga County Probate

Elections

Phone

(334) 361-3728

Location

176 W 5th Street, Prattville, AL 36067

Hours

Monday-Friday:
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                            1
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Please review our COVID 19 response plan for public access information

 

Quick Links

Elections

Electoral Map

See Autauga County’s Electoral Maps.

Welcome to the Elections Website for Autauga County, Alabama.  All election officials in your county work diligently to serve the citizens of Autauga County with honesty, integrity and respect.  As the Chief Election Officer of Autauga County, it is my desire that the entire election process from registering to vote to casting a ballot on election day is a rewarding and pleasant experience for everyone.

This website was developed to provide election information for all people of Autauga County whether they are new residents, life-long citizens, incumbant elected officials or candidates for the first time.  The information accessible on this website is designed to educate and empower Autauga County’s more than 41,000 registered voters, as well as candidates seeking public office.  The website is not, however, a substitute for the Fair Campaign Practices Act and the Code of Alabama, 1975 as amended.

As always, do not hesitate to contact our office if you have any questions.

Kimberly G. Kervin

Judge of Probate, Autauga County, Alabama  

Autauga County Electoral Maps

Contacts:
Board of Registrars  Chairman Carl Poteat       334-358-6740
Circuit Clerk Deb Hill                                             334-358-6800
County Commission                                              334-358-6700
Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill            334-242-7210
Sheriff Joe Sedinger                                               334-361-2503

Absentee Election Manager Office

Beth George

Physical Address: 165 W 5th Street, Prattville, Alabama, 36067

Mailing Address:PO Box 681864, Prattville, Alabama, 36068

Phone Number:  334-358-6718

Click here to download and Absentee Ballot  https://www.sos.alabama.gov/sites/default/files/voter-pdfs/absentee/RegularAbsenteeAppFillable.pdf

WHO MAY VOTE ABSENTEE:

Video about Absentee Voting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xxwlwV-4fE&t=13s

A voter may cast an absentee ballot if he or she:

  • WILL BE ABSENT FROM THE COUNTY on election day
  • IS ILL OR HAS A PHYSICAL DISABILITY that prevents a trip to the polling place [ID REQUIRED]
  • HAS AN PHYSICAL ILLNESS OR INFIRMITY which prevents attendance at the polls. ⁕ Is unable to access polling place due to neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory (including speech organs), cardiovascular, or other life-altering disorders that affect the ability to perform manual tasks, stand for any length of time, walk unassisted, see, hear or speak and: is aged 65 or older; or is a voter with a disability [ID NOT REQUIRED]
  • IS A REGISTERED ALABAMA VOTER LIVING OUTSIDE THE COUNTY such as a member of the armed forces, a voter employed outside the United States, a college student, or a spouse or child of such a person
  • IS A MEMBER OF, OR A SPOUSE OR DEPENDENT of a member of, the Armed Forces of the United States or is otherwise similarly qualified to vote pursuant to the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, 52 U.S.C § 20302 [ID NOT REQUIRED]
  • IS AN APPOINTED ELECTION OFFICER OR POLL WATCHER at a polling place other than his or her regular polling place
  • WORKS A REQUIRED SHIFT, 10-HOURS OR MORE, that coincides with polling hours
  • IS A CAREGIVER for a family member to the second degree of kinship and family member is confined to his or her home
  • IS CURRENTLY INCARCERATED in prison or jail and have not been convicted of a felony involving moral turpitude

BUSINESS/MEDICAL EMERGENCY VOTING applications can be made after the absentee deadline but no later than 5:00 p.m. on the day before the election, if the voter:

  • is required by an employer under unforeseen circumstances to be out of the county on election day for an emergency business trip, or
  • has a medical emergency requiring treatment by a licensed physician
  • is a caregiver of a person who required emergency treatment by a licensed physician within five (5) days before an election [voter must deliver application by hand to Absentee Election Manager no later than the day prior to the election]
  • family member to the second degree of kinship by affinity or consanguinity died within five (5) days before an election [voter must deliver application by hand to Absentee Election Manager no later than the day prior to the election]

In addition, the business emergency application contains an affidavit acknowledging that the voter was not aware of the out-of-county business trip prior to the normal absentee ballot deadline. The medical emergency application requires that the attending physician describe and certify the circumstances as constituting an emergency.

2020 ELECTION DATES:

Presidential Preference Primary Election: March 3, 2020
Primary Run-off:                                             July 14, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                                    Municipal Elections:                                      August 25, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                      Municipal Runoff:                                          October 6, 2020                                                                                                                                                                                              G
eneral Election:                                           November 3, 2020

Democratic Party Contact:
Carl Johnson, Chairman                               334-850-7992  334-365-3047

Republican Party Contact:
Al Booth, Chairman                                     334-365-8396                               

Poll Worker Qualifications:

Poll Workers are an important component of the election process.  They are the front-line representative of this process.  Most citizens never interact with any Election Official other than the Poll Worker.  Because of this, the need for quality, dedicated people is paramount.  Simply put, the election process would be impossible without a strong base of Poll Workers.  Currently, Autauga County has over 190 trained Poll Workers, including 20 seasoned Inspectors.  Each worker is an active registered voter, serving their community and local government proudly.

To become a Autauga County Poll Worker, you must meet the following requirements:

  • You must be an active registered voter in Autauga County
  • You must interact well with the public and work well in stressful situations
  • You must attend training prior to each election, or as required by the Code of Alabama
  • You must be able to work a period of 14 to 15 hours on Election Day

This is not a volunteer position.  Poll Workers are paid for their service.  Poll Workers receive $100.00 and Inspectors receive $125.00 for each Election Day.

All Poll Workers MUST be at their assigned Precinct no later than 6:30 a.m. on election morning.  The polls close at 7:00 p.m.  After everyone in line at 7:00 p.m. has completed the voting process, Poll Workers will complete reports, package materials and prepare everything for return to the Autauga County Probate Office.  The closing process that takes place after 7:00 p.m. could take additional hours.

Essential job functions include:

  • Assisting Inspector in setting up precinct before Election Day
  • Maintaining election equipment security throughout Election Day
  • Qualifying voters through use of photo identification and poll lists
  • Ensuring voter receives the correct ballot style based on poll lists
  • Assisting voters during Election Day on equipment usage
  • Cooperating with co-workers and dealing effectively with voters, poll watchers and electioneers
  • Occasionally lift and carry objects up to 20 lbs., such as equipment, ballots, supply boxes, etc.

You will receive a letter notifying you of your appointment.  This letter will inform you of the election, election date, location of appointment and date and time of training.

Click HERE to print an application to be a poll worker

 

 

Phone

(334) 361-3728

Location

176 W 5th Street, Prattville, AL 36067

Hours

Monday-Friday:
8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.                            1
2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Please review our COVID 19 response plan for public access information