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Getting you ready for Election Day


By William Bowman - Posted on 04 October 2016

The Alabama Disabilities Advocacy Program (ADAP) is part of our nation’s federally-funded protection and advocacy (P&A) system. ADAP provides quality, legally-based advocacy services to Alabamians with disabilities in order to protect, promote and expand their rights. ADAP is part of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN).

Most voters with disabilities and older voters would prefer to cast their vote in person at their polling site and even though poll workers and election officials are willing to assist that’s not always possible.

http://www.alabamavotes.gov/absenteevotinginfo.aspx?m=voters

You can vote absentee by mail if you have a chronic condition or physical disability that prevents you from going to the polls. You can request an application for an absentee mail-in ballot by printing, filling out, and return the completed absentee ballot so
that it is received by so that it's postmarked no later than Nov 7 and received no later than noon on Election Day, Nov 8.

http://www.alabamavotes.gov/downloads/election/general/absenteeballotapp...

Mail your ballot to your AbsenteeElection Manager https://www.alabamavotes.gov/vb/all.aspx?trgtoffice=Absentee%20Election%...

Include a copy of one of the following forms of ID with your
absentee ballot when you mail it:

·Alabama driver's license

·Alabama non-driver ID

·Alabama photo voter ID

http://www.alabamavotes.gov/absenteevotinginfo.aspx?m=voters

Election Day is November 8

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