Mobile site visit to help voters with photo ID

Published 11:21 pm Thursday, April 10, 2014

Pike County voters who need a photo ID for the upcoming elections will get some help from the Secretary of State on Monday.

Secretary of State Jim Bennett’s mobile office will be in Brundidge from 9 4 p.m. Monday to assist voters with obtaining a photo ID.

“Voters can always get a free voter ID at their Board of Registrars office in their county or in the Secretary of State’s office. What we are trying to do with these mobile site visits is get to some of the more remote areas of the county to make this process convenient for all voters,” Bennett explained in a press release.

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The staff members will be at Brundidge Galloway Park, located at 102 John Lewis St.

“We hope that registered voters within the community will take part in these mobile visits,” said Bennett.

The photo ID will be required for the June primary and all elections moving forward in Alabama.

For more information on the process on how to receive a free voter ID, voters can call 1-800-274-VOTE or go to The mobile site schedule will also be posted there.

AM – 4 PM – Brundidge, Alabama – Brundidge Gallaway Park, 102 John Lewis St., 36010