Alabamians will head to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots for president, U.S. Senate and other offices.
Turnout is expected to be high even with many opting to cast absentee ballots after rules regarding those were expanded due to the coronavirus pandemic. According to the Alabama Secretary of State, 329,657 absentee ballots have been requested as of Oct. 30 with 276,352 returned.
Alabamians have until Nov. 2 to return an absentee ballot to their county Absentee Election Manager. If returned by mail, the absentee ballot must be postmarked by Nov. 2 and received by noon on Election Day.
Wondering what’s on the ballot?
Sample ballots are available for every Alabama county. Voters are allowed to bring marked sample ballots with them to the voting place but must take them with them when they leave.