Resources for Alabama voters

Resources for Alabama voters

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BIRMINGHAM, AL (WBRC) -

If you have questions about voting in the November 6, 2012 general election contact your local Board of Registrars or check out the Secretary of State's official voting website www.AlabamaVotes.gov

To locate your polling place, visit https://myinfo.alabamavotes.gov/.

Click here to view the general election sample ballots for any of Alabama's 67 counties.

If you live in Jefferson County and Birmingham, you can get a free ride to the polls courtesy of the NAACP. Click here to learn more.

Jefferson County's chief election officials Judge Alan King offers some election day advice that's true for wherever you might be voting in Alabama:

- Be patient this year; in addition to political races, voters have to vote yes or no on 11 constitutional amendments.

- Bring identification. Learn about what documents you can show here: http://www.sos.alabama.gov/elections/VoterID.aspx

- Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Try to get out as early as you can, but remember that as long as you've checked in to your polling place by 7 p.m., you'll  be allowed to vote.

Fox 6 Election coverage on Tuesday, Nov. 6:

Automated election results can be viewed on your computer at MyVoteAlabama.com and on your mobile device with the free WBRC News app for your iPhone or Android device.

Fox 6 News will provide in-depth coverage and analysis of local, state and national "You Decide 2012" on MyFoxAl.com on your computer and mobile device.

We'll also give election updates on Facebook.com/myfoxal and Twitter @myfoxal.

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