Find Argo Alabama board of elections, elections departments, commissioners, and supervisors, board of registrars, and registrar of voters. Boards of elections provide information on voter registration, voting results, absentee voting, and primary elections.
St Clair County Board of Elections 1815 Cogswell Avenue Pell AL 35125 14.4 miles from Argo 205-338-3954
Blount County Board of Elections PO Box 326 Oneonta AL 35121 17.7 miles from Argo 205-625-4182
Jefferson - Bessemer Division Board of Elections 716 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard North Birmingham AL 35203 21.1 miles from Argo 205-325-5550
Jefferson - Birmingham Division Board of Elections 716 Richard Arrington Junior Boulevard North Birmingham AL 35203 21.1 miles from Argo 205-325-5550
Shelby County Board of Elections 108 West College Street Columbiana AL 35051 36.0 miles from Argo 205-669-3913
Etowah County Board of Elections 800 Forrest Avenue Gadsden AL 35901 36.0 miles from Argo 256-549-5384
Cullman County Board of Elections 500 2nd Avenue Southwest Cullman AL 35055 38.5 miles from Argo 256-739-3530
Talladega County Board of Elections 400 North Norton Avenue Sylacauga AL 35150 38.7 miles from Argo 256-249-1007
Calhoun County Board of Elections 1702 Noble Street Anniston AL 36201 38.7 miles from Argo 256-241-2930
Walker County Board of Elections PO Box 1472 Jasper AL 35502 45.5 miles from Argo 205-384-7279
Marshall County Board of Elections 424 Blount Avenue Guntersville AL 35976 47.6 miles from Argo 256-571-7740
Clay County Board of Elections PO Box 446 Ashland AL 36251 48.4 miles from Argo 256-354-7815
Cleburne County Board of Elections 120 Vickery St Ste 103 Heflin AL 36264 53.8 miles from Argo 256-463-5299
Yes. All counties and local governments have an office charged with monitoring and conducting elections. In some jurisdictions, this entity may have a different name, such as Board of Registrars, but it has the same authority and responsibilities as a Board of Elections.
Some states have offices with the title Board of Elections. However, these state-level offices are usually established for the purpose of elections enforcement and the investigation of complaints. They do not have the breadth of responsibility for conducting elections typically associated with county and local boards of elections. In addition, all but three states have a Secretary of State with some elections oversight authority.
No. Once a voter is registered, he or she is permanently registered and will remain on the voter list until the voter is removed due to death or relocating to a new voting district.