Alabama Primary Ballot March 13, 2012: What is on it…

The following information and links are from the Secretary of State’s election website.

2012 Presidential Preference Primary / State Primary Election Sample Ballots

Elections Information

NOTICE TO UOCAVA VOTERS
The Secretary of State has received information indicating that transmission of some UOCAVA ballots for the March 13, 2012 primary election has been delayed. Your ballot may be one of these. As a remedial action, the Secretary of State has extended the statewide deadline for receiving all UOCAVA ballots by eight (8) days to March 21, 2012, to ensure that all military and overseas voters have a full and fair opportunity to have their votes counted. Although the deadline has been extended, you are urged to return your voted ballot to your county absentee election manager as soon as possible to ensure its timely receipt. State law now allows UOCAVA ballots to be returned by U.S. mail, hand delivery, or commercial ground or air carrier.

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