MADISON COUNTY, Ala. (WHNT) - Alabama residents have until February 15 to register online in time to hit the polls for the primary.
As of Friday, February 12, you can no longer register in-person at your local Board of Registrars' office to be registered in time for the so-called SEC Primary.
"We have had probably several thousands of people register online," said Lynda Hairston, chairperson of the Madison County Board of Registrars.
Quite a few had to be rejected due to typos, you're asked to double-check your information before you submit your application for registration.
Even if you do not plan to register in time for the primary, Hairston recommends you register sooner rather than later to have everything squared away for the general election.
They will send your registration card as soon as you have been processed. But with so many last-minute applicants, Hairston asks that you wait until the week of/week before the primary to assume you have not been processed.
If you register online, you're encouraged to keep your confirmation/reference number for your records as well.