Today is the last day to register to vote for Dec. 12 Senate election

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November 27 is the last day to register to vote in Alabama’s special Senate election. Republican Roy Moore faces off against Democrat Doug Jones.

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Roy Moore and Doug Jones, via Fox News

Register To Vote

Follow this link to register online in the state of Alabama. You must be a U.S. citizen and living in the state. You can also print out an application or have one mailed to you. Follow this link to find out how to do that.

Voters can also register at the board of registrars’ offices during normal office hours. You can register online until 11:59 p.m. on Monday, November 27.

If you have moved and need to update your registration, the November 27 deadline applies to you, too. Here’s how to register online, via the Alabama Secretary of State.

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Jones And Moore, via The Hill

According to the Washington Post,  Jones continues to count on young, Alabama progressives for a shot against Moore:

Millennial voters could be a big factor if Democrat Doug Jones is able to pull off an upset over Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race.

According To The Polls

Will Alabama’s young voters pull for Roy  Moore or Doug Jones?

In a Monday poll by The Hill, Jones and Moore are neck and neck.

The poll, conducted by Strategy Research for the Montgomery-based Raycom News Network, shows Moore receiving 47 percent of the vote, with Jones at 45 percent. Five percent of respondents were undecided, while 3 percent said they plan to cast their ballots for write-in candidates.

An earlier poll by Fox News placed Jones one point ahead of Moore.

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Joe Biden and Doug Jones, via Doug Jones campaign
Who Can Vote?

The new state law banning crossover voting does not apply to the December 12 election. That law only applies to party primary runoffs. Every registered voter can vote in this election.

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Roy Moore and Luther Strange, via WKRG
Absentee Ballots

You can request an absentee ballot online, and they must be mailed or hand delivered. An absentee ballot returned by mail must be postmarked no later than the day prior to the election and received by the Absentee Election Manager no later than noon on election day.

If hand delivered, the ballot must be in the office of the Absentee Election Manager by the close of business (but no later than 5 p.m.) on the day prior to the election.

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Roy Moore screenshot via, The Daily Caller, MSNBC
Bring Your ID

All Alabama voters must present photo identification at the polling booth in order to vote in Alabama, such as a valid:

  • Alabama driver’s license or non-driver ID card.
  • Alabama Photo Voter ID.
  • A state issued ID (can be from any state)
  • U.S. passport.
  • Student/employee ID card issued by a public or private university.
  • Government ID card.
  • U.S. military ID card.
  • Tribal ID card.

If voting by absentee ballot, you must enclose a copy of your valid photo identification.

Check Out The Jones/Moore Ballot

Here is the sample ballot for Jefferson County. Our county is not voting on anything else besides the Senate race. To see what other races are taking place, check out alabama.gov.

 Candidates

Here’s the Bham Now post featuring the U.S. Senate candidates that ran in the special election primary on August 15.