Mobile Voter I.D. Sites Continue in Autauga County

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By Alabama News Network

  Secretary of State Jim Bennett is continuing the mobile site visits for the production of photo voter I-D cards.

    Bennett and his staff plan to criss-cross the state providing free -- photo voter I-D cards to people who need them to comply with the state's new voter id law.
    Mobile production units will visit about ninety sites over the next two months.
    Bennett says people can also get free voter I-Ds from their Board of Registrars office.
    He says the mobile units will focus mainly on small -- remote -- rural communities like Autauga County.
 
 
 
Click the link for a complete list of sites.
 
http://www.alabamavoterid.com/mobileLocations.aspx
 

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