Absentee Voting for the City of Hoover Municipal Election

Absentee Ballot Information:

 Absentee Voting Information – Alabama Secretary of State

 Municipal Absentee Ballot Application

 Emergency Absentee Ballot Application

 Absentee Ballot Applications can be filled out and returned currently. The voter may hand the application
 to the Absentee Election Manager.  The voter may also forward this application to the Absentee Election
 Manager by U. S. Mail or commercial carrier. §17-11-3 and §17-11-4

 Applications should be returned to:

         Absentee Election Manager
         City of Hoover
         100 Municipal Lane
         Hoover AL 35216

 Applications will be placed in a file, until ballots are received on July 28, 2020. §17-11-12 

 August 17, 2019: Beginning on this day any absentee applicant who has not included a copy of acceptable ID
 but who is otherwise qualified to vote shall be issued a provisional absentee ballot. ACT 2019-509.

 August 20, 2020 is the last day to apply for a regular absentee ballot. §17-11-3(a)

 August 21, 2020 is the first day to apply for an emergency absentee ballot.

 August 24, 2020 is the last day to apply for and submit an emergency absentee ballot.

 Voters may apply for an emergency absentee ballot if he or she:
    (1) Is required by employer to be unavailable to vote at the polls;
    (2) Is a caregiver of a person who requires emergency treatment within five days of an election; or
    (3) Has a family member to the 2nd degree of kinship who dies within 5 days of the election. §17-11-3(d) as amended by ACT 2019-509.

 August 24, 2020 is the last day, up to the close of business, for a voter to hand-deliver absentee ballot. §§17-11-3(c), 17-11-18

 If an absentee ballot is returned by mail, it must be postmarked by August 24 and received by noon the day of the election.§§17-11-3(c), 17-11-18
 For questions, please contact the Hoover City Clerk at cityclerk@hooveralabama.gov or call 205-444-7500.