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County Election Official Inquiry


This search facility will provide you with the mailing addresses and phone numbers for the election officials in each of Alabama's 67 counties: Board of Registrars, Judge of Probate, Circuit Clerk, Absentee Election Manager, and Sheriff.

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Or select the name of your county to see your officials:

About these County Election Officials

At the county-level, election functions are assigned to various officials.

Voter registration is administered by the Board of Registrars. You should contact the Registrars in your county if you have moved (so that you can update your voter registration record) or if you have questions about your voter registration status. If you need to register to vote, you can apply for voter registration through the mail by sending your postcard voter registration application directly to their office.

The Judge of Probate is charged with many election-related duties, including, but not limited to, administration of polling places, appointment of poll workers (as part of an appointing board alongside the circuit clerk and sheriff), ministerial duties associated with the Fair Campaign Practices Act, and the canvassing of county election results (again, alongside the circuit clerk and sheriff). If you have general questions about state and county elections held in your county, your probate office is a good source of information.

The Circuit Clerk is charged with several election-related duties, including appointment of poll workers (as part of an appointing board alongside the judge of probate and sheriff), administration of absentee voting, and the canvassing of county election results (again, alongside the judge of probate and sheriff).

The Absentee Election Manager is charged with the administration of absentee voting. If you expect to be out of the county on election day or will otherwise be unable to vote at your polling place, please contact your county’s Absentee Election Manager for information about voting by absentee ballot.

The Sheriff is charged with several election-related duties, including appointment of poll workers (as part of an appointing board alongside the circuit clerk and judge or probate), election-related law enforcement (i.e., keeping the peace at the polls), and the canvassing of county election results (again, alongside the circuit clerk and judge of probate).