Absentee Voting Information for June 21 Election Runoff – The Madison Record

Voters will head to the polling booths again on June 21 to decide a handful of races in the upcoming primary run-off. Today is the first day to request and vote for an in-person mail-in ballot.

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Madison County Probate Judge Frank Barger said that due to U.S. mail processing times and the brief time voters can request, receive and return mail-in ballots for the second round of primary elections, he encourages voters who need to use the absentee process to do so in-person if possible.

“Due to the slow processing and delivery times for US mail that some have experienced, we encourage these voters to visit our office and complete the process in person,” Judge Barger said. “Please understand that the Probate Court has no control over US mail processing and delivery times.”

Location of Absentee Polling Station for Madison County Voters

Madison County Service Center

1918 North Memorial Parkway, NW

Huntsville, Alabama 35801

  • The Madison County Service Center is located at the southeast corner of North Memorial Parkway and Oakwood Avenue
  • There will be no absentee ballot services available at the Madison County Courthouse

Opening dates and times for absentee voting

  • Monday to Friday from June 7 to June 16
  • 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
  • Please note that no other Madison County Service Center offices open until 8:30 a.m.
  • Although in-person absentee voting ends on June 16, a voter can hand-deliver their own completed and sealed ballot to the absentee desk by 4:30 p.m. on June 17.

Absentee Polling Location for Limestone County Voters

Limestone County Courthouse – first floor

200 West Washington Street, Athens, AL 35611
Monday to Friday (8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and 1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.)

At the absentee polling station, a voter may:

  • Request in person, receive and return your own absentee ballot
  • Hand-deliver their completed and sealed postal ballot
  • Get help with any part of the absence process

A voter can vote by mail if he or she:

  • Expects to be out of county on election day
  • is ill or has a physical disability that prevents him from going to the polling place
  • is physically incapable and will not be able to vote in person because he cannot access the polling station assigned to him due to one of the following disabilities: neurological, musculoskeletal, respiratory (including organs of speech), cardiovascular or other disorder that affects his life. or his or her ability to perform manual tasks, stand for a period of time, walk unaided, see, hear or speak, and a) he or she is a voter aged 65 or over; or b) he or she is a voter with a disability
  • Does a registered voter live outside the county, such as a member of the armed forces, voter employed outside the United States, student, or spouse or child of such person
  • Is an appointed election official or poll watcher at a polling place other than their regular polling place
  • Expects to work a required shift, 10 hours or more, that coincides with polling hours
  • Is the caregiver of a family member up to the second degree of kinship by affinity or consanguinity and the family member is confined to his home
  • Is currently incarcerated in jail or jail and has not been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude

Vote by mail using the absentee process

For complete instructions, required application and all absentee voting information, please visit www.madisoncountyvotes.com or www.votelimestone.com.