Thank you for your interest in registering to vote in the State of Alabama. Please note that the voter registration application may be used to register to vote OR update your voter registration information.
To register to vote in Alabama, OR to update your voter registration information, you may:
- Submit an application electronically
- Download the Alabama Voter Registration Form (Please fill in all information completely and accurately. The form must be printed, filed out, and mailed to the local office of the Board of Registrars in which the registrant resides.)
- Have us mail you an Alabama Voter Registration Form. Additionally, you may contact the Elections Division at 1-800-274-8683 or write a request to the address listed below. Please be sure to include a complete mailing address and the number of forms that you need.
Office of the Secretary of State
P.O. Box 5616
Montgomery, Alabama 36103
Important Note! The Alabama Voter Registration application is for use by residents of the State of Alabama only! If you reside in a state other than Alabama, please contact your state or local election officials for information on registering to vote. You may also wish to visit the web site of the Election Assistance Commission to review the federal postcard voter registration form.
Upon determining that you are eligible to vote in your county, the county Board of Registrars' Office will mail you a Voter Identification Card. The Voter Identification Card will provide you the name and address of your polling place as well as a listing of the political districts in which you live. You are NOT required to bring this card with you when voting. For information on Alabama's Photo Voter ID laws and requirements, click here: Alabama Photo Voter Identification | Alabama Secretary of State.
If you no longer want to be registered to vote in the State of Alabama, please download this form (NVRA-25). Fill it out completely, sign it, and then mail it to the Board of Registrars of the county where you are registered.
If a family member has passed away or otherwise no longer lives at the address where he or she was previously registered to vote, please download this form (NVRA-24). Fill it out completely, sign it, and then mail it to the Board of Registrars of the county where the family member was last registered to vote.
For information about voter rights restoration due to a disqualifying felony, please visit paroles.alabama.gov or contact the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles at (334) 242-8700. More information about voter rights restoration can be found by clicking here: Voting Rights Restoration PDF.
Domestic Violence Voter Affirmation - For domestic violence victims or guardians of domestic violence victims, submit this affirmation form to protect your voter information from the public.
Judges, Law Enforcement Officers, and Legislators Voter Affirmation - For Federal or State Prosecutors; Federal, State, Probate, or Municipal Judges; Law Enforcement Officers; State Legislators, or their spouses, submit this affirmation form to protect your voter information from the public.