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Courthouse security discussed Wednesday, 10 October 2018 18:05

During the recent Jackson County Commission Work Session, Sheriff Chuck Phillips spoke regarding Courthouse Security.

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Scottsboro to host Bassmaster Elite Series Thursday, 27 September 2018 19:50

B.A.S.S. officials announced major schedule changes Thursday for the 2019 Bassmaster Elite Series, responding directly to concerns voiced by anglers about the previous slate.

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Commission holds work session: Holidays, lease agreement, PRV park discussed Wednesday, 26 September 2018 14:22

During the recent Jackson County Commission Work Session several items were discussed.

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Applications for absentee voting for the November 6, 2018 General Election are available in the Circuit Clerk’s office at the Jackson County Courthouse, and the Alabama Secretary of State’s web page, www.alabamavotes.org.


Completed absentee applications must provide the Alabama residence where the voter is registered to vote, even if the ballot is to be mailed to another address where the applicant voter regularly receives mail. If you have moved and have not updated your polling place you should contact the local Board of Registrars and update your address prior to applying for an absentee ballot.
Any completed application must be returned by the voter in person or be sent by US Mail. No one, not even a family member, can return another person’s application. Multiple applications cannot be mailed in the same envelope.
The absentee election manager shall forward absentee ballots by US Mail to the applicant’s residence address or upon written request of the voter, to the address where the voter regularly receives mail or by handing the ballot to the voter in person or, in the case of medical emergency voting, to his or her designee in person.
Voter identification instructions will accompany each absentee ballot and must be carefully followed to ensure that the ballot meets the requirements of the law.
Voters must complete all the information on the affidavit of the absentee voter envelope. If the voter’s affidavit is not signed or marked, and if the affidavit is not witnessed by two witnesses 18 years of age or older or a Notary Public or other officer authorized to acknowledge oaths, prior to being delivered of mailed to the absentee election manager, the ballot will not be counted.
For more information about absentee voting you may contact: Donna Barksdale, Absentee Election Manager Phone 256-574-9320 Web Page: http://38jc.alacourt.gov .

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