Get Free Voter ID At Mobile Sites


By Alabama News Network

Secretary of State Jim Bennett and his staff are using mobile sites for the production of photo voter ID cards so that people in rural parts of the state can easily obtain voter identification cards.

Bennet says the mobile sites are meant to get to some of the more remote areas of the county to make getting a photo ID convenient for all voters.

Not everyone needs one of these new cards. You should only get one if you don't have a driver's license, state issued ID, or passport.

Bennet hopes are that all registered voters within the community that need an ID will take part in these mobile visits.

Monday, March 24th
9 AM – 1 PM – Autaugaville, Alabama – Senior Center, 2416 Dutch Bend Street, 36003
Tuesday, March 25th
9 AM – 12 PM – Millbrook, Alabama – Civic Center, 3168 Park Circle, 36054
Wednesday, March 26th
9 AM – 4 PM – Tuskegee, Alabama – Municipal Complex, 101 Fonville St., 36083
No local county on Thursday

Friday, March 28th
9 AM – 12 PM – Orville, Alabama – Community Center, 463 Academy St., 36767
1 PM – 4 PM – Selma, Alabama – Selma Public Library, 1103 Selma Ave, 36701

For more information on the process on how to receive a free voter ID, voters can call 1-800-274-VOTE or go to
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