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Alabama Secretary of State office coming to Coosa, Tallapoosa counties for voter ID registration

COOSA COUNTY, Ala. – As the country prepares for the 2020 election, the Alabama Secreatey of State office is doing everything it can to make a government issued voter ID available for citizens.

The SOS office will hold a mobile ID station in Coosa County to help citizens register to vote and make IDs readily available.

The SOS office will set up at the Kellyton Civic Complex from 1:30-3:30 on July 21.

To qualify for a Free Photo Voter ID:

  • Must be a Registered Voter in Alabama at current address
  • Must NOT already possess a valid photo identification acceptable for voting
  • Must provide identification such as:
    • Non valid Photo ID (expired license, student or employee ID, etc.)
    • (The following must contain full legal name and date of birth.)
      • Birth Certificate
      • Marriage Record
      • Medicare or Medicaid Document
      • Military Record
      • Official School Record or Transcript
      • Social Security Administration Document
      • State or Federal Census Record
      • Hospital or Nursing Home Record
      • Certificate of Citizenship


The SOS office will also visit Tallapoosa Co. at Alexander City’s City Hall on July 21 from 10 a.m. – noon.



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