Protect Our Vote Alabama

The Alabama Election Protection Network provides Alabamians with comprehensive information and assistance at all stages of voting, from registration to absentee and early voting, to casting a vote at the polls, to overcoming obstacles to participation.


stand together.

We’re working to make elections more inclusive, accurate, and accessible.

In America, elections should reflect the will of the people, not elected officials. We all want our voices to be heard in determining the future of our communities. The Alabama Election Protection Network is working towards fair and honest representation for all.

Connect With Our Districting Expert

Felicia Scalzetti is one of four Southern Coalition for Social Justice CROWD Redistricting Fellow’s for the state of Alabama, representing the Alabama Election Protection Network and The Ordinary People Society.

Schedule a call to address questions and concerns about the community mapping process and available assistance.

  • What do I need to know about redistricting?
  • How is this going to affect me and my community?
  • What is the process for drawing districts and how do I participate?
  • What resources are available to help me and my community?
  • How do I evaluate a map?



September 7 House District 78 – Special General Election


August 3 City of Dothan – Municipal Election

August 24
City of Birmingham – Municipal Election

November 8th
General Elections

if you or anyone you know encounters

problems while voting call:


1-844-425-8683– Alabama Election Protection Hotline


866-687-8683 – National Election Protection Hotline


866-839-8682 – Spanish Election Protection Hotline


or formerly incarcerated?

restore your vote

The passing of the Definition of Moral Turpitude Bill in 2017 clarified which felonies, state or federal, will not disqualify Alabamians from voting and started the process of restoring the right to vote to tens of thousands of people inside and outside of jail.

72% of unregistered people convicted of a felony in the state of alabama are unaware they have the right to vote.

over 20,000 People convicted of a felony in alabama have restored their right to vote.

Thousands of people Convicted of Felonies in the State of Alabama have not yet restored their right to vote.

If you feel like your voting rights have been violated click the link “Restore Your Vote” below for assistance.

about alabama election protection network

Alabama Election Protection Network is a collaborative of nonpartisan grassroots organizations who are dedicated to upholding the core values of democracy. We work to ensure an open, honest, and accountable government that serves the public interest; promote equal rights, opportunity, and representation for all; and empower all people to make their voices heard in the political process.

Our partners

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registered voters in alabama

coming soon.

election management monitors

In 2021 we will be launching what we hope will become a permanent election management watchdog program to compensate for the loss of the preclearance provision of the federal Voting Rights Act (VRA) which eliminated the early warning system of state and county proposed voting and election changes along with the opportunity to object to them under Section 5 of VRA.

By establishing an Election Management Watchdog Program, we will ensure there is an ongoing, systematic method of compiling precinct and state level election management changes that impact voting and/or elections. With volunteer attendance at County Board of Registrar meetings we can document changes and precinct-level voting changes or irregularities, especially changes that may result in suppressing the vote, particularly in communities of color and where past irregularities have been identified.

AEPN will compile information and share that information publicly so that Alabama voters can stay informed, understand precinct-level or other changes that may impact their ability to participate in the electoral cycle, and to hold public officials accountable.

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How much do you know about redistricting?

In America, elections should reflect the will of the people, not elected officials. We all want our voices to be heard in determining the future of our communities.

Alabama Election Protection Network is working to ensure a fair, accurate process for drawing district boundaries that puts our communities, and not the needs of elected officials, first.

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