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Edward Still: Voters

At the bottom of all the tributes paid to democracy is the little man, walking into the little booth, with a little pencil, making a little cross on a little bit of paper. -- Sir Winston Churchill.


Register to Vote.  Click here or here for an Alabama voter registration form you can fill out on line and then print for mailing to the board of registrars. If you are a resident of another state, click here to get a national voter registration form from the FEC.

For selected pleadings in Gooden v. Worley, a case regarding the right to vote, click here.

For information on voting by absentee ballot in Alabama, click here.

If you are not a citizen of the United States, click here for information on your right to participate in political campaigns.

If you have changed your residence within the county where you are registered, you may go to your old polling place (the one for your former residence), fill out a change of address form, and vote there. Section 8(e) of the National Voter Registration Act and Alabama Administrative Code 820-2-2-.13.

Individual voters have rights guaranteed by federal and state law regarding their registration and casting ballots. The People for the American Way has compiled a list of your rights as a voter in Alabama and other states. If you believe your rights have been violated, please call my office for a consultation.

Groups of voters may also have rights under the Voting Rights Act. Please review my summary of the Voting Rights Act by clicking here. I have handled many cases under the Voting Rights Act. If you believe your rights under the Voting Rights Act have been violated, please call my office for a consultation.

Edward Still
Suite 201
2112 11th Avenue South
Birmingham AL 35205-2844
phone 205-320-2882
fax 877-264-5513 (toll free)
email still-at-votelaw-dot-com


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