I’ve had my team gather some helpful information on how to vote for me in the upcoming Madison County Board elections. Remember to vote for Mick Madison for MCB District 5 this November!

You can register to VOTE in Madison County here.

Who is qualified to vote absentee?

If you are registered* to vote in Madison County, you are eligible to cast an absentee ballot.

As of January 1, 2010, no excuses are necessary for you to vote absentee.

*If you registered by mail without providing identification and will be voting for the first time, you are not eligible to vote absentee by mail. You may vote absentee in person at the County Clerk’s Office or may vote early.

In addition, the following unregistered voters are eligible to vote by absentee ballot:

  1. Members of the Armed Forces or Merchant Marine and their spouses and dependents whether serving in the United States or abroad whose permanent residence is in Madison County;
  2. U.S. citizens and their spouses or dependents, whose permanent residence is in Madison County but who will be temporarily residing abroad on election day;
  3. U.S. citizens (not their spouses or dependents) who maintained a residence in Madison County immediately prior to their departure from the United States.

Early Voting

With Early voting, you can vote before the observed election day at convenient locations throughout Madison County.

Early Voting makes voting easier for almost everyone. You don’t have to wait in line at the polling place and can vote when it fits your schedule.

The early voting period begins 22 days prior to the election and continues through the 5th day before Election Day.

Early voting is conducted at assigned locations throughout Madison County. You may go to any one of these assigned locations to vote early. Polling places will only be open for voting on the observed Election Day.

Find Your Polling Place:

Find Your Polling Location

If you still have more questions: 

Madison County Clerk’s Office – Your Election Headquarters