Voters need I.D. to cast ballot
Voters casting ballots in Tuesday’s runoff election will need some form of identification at the polls.
Chilton County Board of Registrars chairperson Donna Wyatt said a driver’s license would suffice, but voters can use utility bills or other forms of I.D.
Residents cannot register to vote at this time, but they may register to vote in the general election starting Wednesday.
There are 18 voting precincts in the county.
Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. The registrar’s office will be open during those same hours on Tuesday.
If someone does not know the voting site to which they are assigned or for any other information, they should call the registrar’s office at 755-3820.
Chilton County voting precincts are listed below:
Maplesville Fire Station (344-366-0010), South Chilton Fire Station (344-366-2055), Fairview Fire Station (755-9529), Enterprise Fire Station (755-8400), Verbena Fire Station (755-3613), Providence-East Chilton Fire Station (755-8200), Cane Creek-Gap of Mt. Fire Station (755-5665), Union Grove Fire Station (688-2727), Jemison Fire Station (688-4493), Providence-North Chilton Fire Station (668-2018), Mars Hill-West Chilton Fire Station (688-2918), Thorsby Town Hall (646-3575), Collins Chapel Fire Station (646-3139), Isabella Fire Station (755-9636), Veteran’s Club-Clanton (646-8010), Chilton-Clanton Public Library (755-1768), Facility Building-Clanton (755-9926), Chilton County Courthouse (755-3820).