2022 Election – What to know in Madison County

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The 2022 Election is Nov. 8, and we have a guide for Madison County residents on when and where to vote. (Vote Huntsville via Facebook)

The 2022 Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8, which gives us a week to figure out who and what we are voting for, and where we are supposed to go to do so.

Here’s a little guide to what’s on the ballot in Madison County, where to cast those ballots and when you can do it:

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Polling places + important dates in Madison County

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If you don’t know where you are supposed to vote, we have you covered. (Jacob Blankenship / Hville Blast)

To find out where you are supposed to vote, visit the Secretary of State website and find your polling place.

To see the complete listing of polling locations for the 2022 election in numerical order click HERE– the number for each polling location corresponds with the precinct map which can be found HERE.

Polls open at 7AM and close at 7PM.

Here are some important dates to know regarding voting in Madison County:

  • November 1: Last day that absentee ballot applications can be returned by mail
  • November 3: Last day that absentee ballot applications can be returned by hand
  • November 7: Last day to return absentee ballots by hand to the Absentee Election Manager
  • November 8: Absentee ballots must be returned by mail to the absentee election manager no later than noon
  • November 8: General Election

If you are unable to drive yourself or do not have a ride to your polling place, you can contact these organizations:

2022 Election – What’s on the ballot

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The 2022 Election includes several statewide positions on the ballot. (Alabama State Capitol via Facebook)

Voters throughout the state will have the following elections on their ballots (R= Republican; D= Democrat; L= Libertarian):

  • Governor: Jimmy Blake (L); Yolanda Flowers (D); Kay Ivey ( R)
  • Lt. Governor: Will Ainsworth ( R); Ruth Page-Nelson (L)
  • U.S. Senator: Will Boyd (D); Katie Britt ( R); John Sophecleus (L)
  • Attorney General: Wendell Major (D); Steve Marshall ( R)
  • Secretary of State: Wes Allen ( R); Pamela Laffitte (D); Matt Shelby (L)
  • State Treasurer: Young Boozer (R ); Scott Hammond (L)
  • State Auditor: Leigh Lachine (L); Andrew Sorrell (R )
  • Agriculture Commissioner: Jason Clark (L); Rick Pate (R )

As well as public offices, ballots this term also will include several amendments to the State Constitution of Alabama. For explanations of these amendments, click here.

Voters in Madison County will also see on their ballots elections for local offices (click for a sample ballot for Madison County):

  • Madison County Sheriff
  • Supreme Court Associate Justices (Place 5 or Place 6, depending on your location)
  • Public Service Commission (Place 1 or Place 2, depending on your location)
  • State Board of Education, District 8
  • Circuit Court Judge
  • District Attorney
  • Madison County Coroner
  • State Senators (Districts 2, 3, 7, 8 or 9, depending on your location)
  • State House of Representatives (Districts 4, 6, 10, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25 or 53 depending on your location)
  • Madison County Board of Education (District 4 or District 5, depending on your location)

We hope you get out and exercise your right to vote!

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Michael Seale
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